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 Beit Guvrin Park

Featuring a fabulous network of underground caves and tunnels used in ancient times - 36 km

Opening Hours: April–September 8 A.M.–5 P.M.
October–March 8 A.M– 4 P.M.
Last entry one hour before above closing hour

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The Ashkelon Khan & Museum

This ancient Arab hotel is now the home of Ashkelon’s free history museum—featuring archaeological finds spanning the city’s 5,000 year history. The art gallery displays the works of local artists. Don’t miss the replica of Ashkelon’s famous Canaanite silver calf—a discovery that merited front-page coverage in the New York Times.

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9:00-13:00, 16:00-19:00. Friday 09:00-13:00, Saturday 10:00-13:00.
Ha'atzmaut Square, Migdal ,08-6727002, Free entrance

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Ashkelon beach

The 10 kilometer-long Ashkelon beach features restaurants, pubs, sports facilities and heated swimming pools; the "Ashkeluna" water amusement park, two country clubs, an amphitheater, a tennis club, museums, cinemas, bowling alleys, fishing spots, and bathing beaches equipped with all the necessary amenities.
A leisurely stroll along the marina past splendid yachts and docks, also offers inviting coffee shops and pubs open all day and most of the night. At the official opening of the marina a decade ago, it was pronounced an international port for shipping and tourism.

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Hamei Yoav Hot Springs

The water at Hamei Yoav is rich in minerals and sulfur and is beleived to have natural healing properties, which are especially beneficial for people who suffer from problems in their joints, back, etc. The thermo mineral pools are also a luxurious way to relax and enjoy a well-deserved rest.

Opening Hours: Sun. 8:00 - 17:00 | 17:30 - 23:00 Separate bathing for men only
Mon. 8:00 - 17:00 | 17:30 - 22:00 Separate bathing for women only
Tue. 8:00 - 17:00
Wed. 8:00 - 17:00
Thu. 8:00 -24:00 Live entertainment and dance party
Fri. 8:00 - 16:00
Sat. 7:30 - 18:00


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Ashkelon Marina

The Ashkelon Marina  is one of the largest and most beautiful in Israel; with a 600 boat capacity moored at 4 - 6m deep. Located between two beaches: "Delila" and "Bar-Kochba", on the golden sands of Ashkelon, the Marina is well known in the yachting community as a center for International rallies and regattas. 

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National Park & Archaeology

The park shelters some of ancient Ashkelon's most impressive ruins. Massive fortified ramparts from biblical times run all the way around the park. Excavations in progress have unearthed remarkable finds. Among the most notable is a Canaanite silver calf that is clearly linked to the biblical tale of the golden calf, and actual Philistine streets. The park includes an ancient basilica with a splendid archaeological sculpture garden displaying a thrilling selection of exhibits. Follow trails to a Byzantine and Crusader church, and countless other vestiges from the past. The park also boasts of an amphitheater for outdoor performances.

Opening Hours: year-round 8 A.M.–10 P.M.
Last entry one hour before above closing hour

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