Region: Gush Dan / Coastal Areas
Location: Mediterranian coastal, 40 killometers (20 miles) north of Tel Aviv .
Driving Directions to Netanya: Highway 6 to highway 57 exit.
Or Highway 2 to Netanya exit.
Cities/Town Close By: Caesarea, Hadera, Herzliya, Kfar Saba, Kiryat Ono, Or Yehuda, Petach Tikva, Rananna, Ramat HaSharon, Rosh Ha'ayin, Zichron Yaakov
Population: approx. 180,000
Landscape: coastal plain.
Modern Day: Netanya was first settled in 1929 with a small group of settlers. Today Netanya is a beautiful modern coastal city that attracts large numbers of tourists from abroad (England and France) during the summer months. Netanya provides many services to its residents and many attractions for tourists.
Near by Parks/Forests: Caesarea Maritima, Ramat Handiv, Caesarea National park, Mount Carmel National Park, Nahal Me'arot Nature Reserve, Sharon National Park
Shopping Malls: BIG Poleg, Alexandra Yachin Poleg Mall, Hadarim Mall, Hasharon Mall
Museums: The Well House, Tribes of Israel Pearl museum, Shlomo Dror Art Institute, Diamimon diamond museum, the Cliff Gallery, Gosher Gallery, Abecassis Gallery and Fourth Gallery, Beit Hagdudim Museum
Theaters/Perfomance Centers: The Hall of Culture
Festivals: The Muse Festival – Women’s Netanya Festival,
Attractions: 'Poleg' stream,'Avichail' stream, Netanya Beach, paragliding, miniature plane flying, jeep tours, horseback riding and sail boating, Bowling Alley, Um Haled Ruins and the Old Sycamore, Sergeant Grove (Oaks), Parachutes and Gliding, Heated Pools and Spas, Golf, Go-Carting, The City Conservatory, Go Karting
Things to Do: Hiking, Biking, Water Sports, Swimming.
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