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Sharsheret Park

Sharsheret Park

  On the bicycle route, Sharsheret Park, the eastern side of Nahal Gerar (next to Tidhar) towards Beit HaGadi...

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Near Or HaNer

Near Or HaNer

Drive towards Or HaNer from Road 232. Before the kibbutz' gate, take a left turn towards the kibbutz cemetery. Continue up the trail, pass the cemetery and you will reach a fenced field with magnificent blossoms!  ...

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Anemones Hill – The graves of Ariel and Lily Sharon

Anemones Hill – The graves of Ariel and Lily Sharon

General information: Tour type: Observatory and blossom tour Tour duration: Approximately 1 hour. Difficulty level: Low Rest Rooms on-site: None. Possible picnic points: None. Opening hours: Open WAZE : Anemones Hill - The graves of Ariel and Lily Sharon Anemones Hill (previously called "Lily's Hill" ) is a mound in front of the sycamore farm. About the site: Ancient mound, currently used as the burial estate of Ariel Sharon and his wife, Lily Sharon; An observation point on the Shikma stream area and a site where anemones bloom in season. What can one see? Observation point, spring blossoms and the Sharon burial plot. A view from the hill: To the North - you can see The Sycamore Farm and the Shikma stream, the main stream in the area, where all other streams drain. To the South - agricultural fields. To the East - you can see Kibbutz Dorot, which belongs to Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council. To the West -you can see the ruins of the Khirbet...

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Horvat Gmama

Horvat Gmama

Across the road from Kibbutz Ruhama, there's a hidden gem: A stunning grove featuring mats of anemones (in season). After the rain, it is recommended to arrive only with 4x4 vehicles .    ...

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Dvira Forest Campsite

Dvira Forest Campsite

The site is equipped with water fountains and picnic tables. The blossoms are found at the top of the hill. At the entrance to the forest, there is a camping site with picnic tables, courtesy of the KKL-JNF. Pass it, and drive straight up the hill to see the flowers in full bloom....

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Bitronot Ruhama

Bitronot Ruhama

The anemones blossom at the Bitronot Ruhama Nature Reserve. Drive towards Kibbutz Ruhama. Right before the entrance gate to the kibbutz there's a left turn to the observatory tower. Go down the trail and everything around you is in full bloom... Enjoy!    ...

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Horvat Gmama

Horvat Gmama

Across the road from Kibbutz Ruhama, there's a hidden gem: a stunning grove featuring mats of anemones (in season). After the rain, it is recommended to arrive with 4x4 vehicles only. Ruins of the Arab village of Gmama - Remains of mud houses in this Arab village, established in the 19th century by the Kharatis (tenant farmers) who worked the land in the territory of the Bedouin Al Atauna tribe, and who abandoned the village in 1948. The village's name is from the Arab word Gmam, meaning plenty of water, probably because of the abundant water wells in the vicinity. The village was built on the ruins of an ancient Byzantine settlement. There are also remnants of a Byzantine monastery nearby.  ...

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Shikma Trail

The Shikma Trail is located between Or HaNer and Ibim Junction - drive on road 232, which connects Givati ​​Junction to Sha'ar HaNegev Junction. Drive towards Kibbutz Or HaNer. Before the kibbutz gate, turn right towards the Gvar'am resort and the Shikma trail. Drive on this dirt road westward (left), pass the forest until you reach a big field in full bloom, surrounded by a cattle fence. Enjoy!...

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