Mediterranean Coast, Israel Vacations - Travel guide to Mediterranean Coast, Israel accommodations and vacation packages. Visit Mediterranean Coast, Israel for getaways and adventure travel. Plan your Mediterranean Coast, Israel vacation today.
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Ashkelon, Israel Hotels & Resorts - Situated on a cliff on Ashkelon's northern Mediterranean shores, Holiday Inn Ashkelon is approximately 35 miles from Tel Aviv and 40 miles from Ben Gurion
Netanya, Israel Hotels & Resorts - Renovated in 2008, the Hotel is Well Known For Its Personalised Service, Family Atmosphere and Excellent Kosher Kitchen. It Offers a Total of 75 Renovated
Netanya, Israel Hotels & Resorts - Ra Hotel and Suites Netanya is 17 miles from Tel Aviv Sde Dov Airport (SDV), and local attractions include Caesarea National Park, Arsuf, Open University
Haifa, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The Dan Panorama Haifa is an upscale, full service hotel at the base of Mount Carmel. The hotel offers views of Mount Carmel or Haifa Bay.
Haifa, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The Dan Carmel Haifa Hotel is situated on the slope of mount Carmel, overlooking Haifa Bay, near the magnificent Bahai hanging gardens.
Tel Aviv, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The West is a Boutique Hotel On the Seaside in North Tel Aviv. It Offers Luxurious Suites With 2 Lcd Tvs, an Outdoor Pool, and Fitness Centre With Dry
Tel Aviv, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The Hotel is an Intimate, Boutique-Style Property Offering Modern and Contemporary Accommodation. This Makes It Ideal For the Business and Leisure Traveler.
Tel Aviv, Israel Hotels & Resorts - Overlooking the Promenade and the Mediterranean Sea, the Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel and Towers is located approximately a mile from Old Jaffa City and 12
Caesarea, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The Dan Caesarea is located in beautiful and exotic surroundings, adjoining Israelï¿½s most prestigious residential neighborhood and close to wonderful Mediterranean
Tel Aviv, Israel Hotels & Resorts - The 12 Rooms Boutique Hotel is Located in a Renovated Historic Bauhause Style Structure from the 1930
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