"A nice quiet weekend by the sea" Nahariyya by piglet44
Nahariyya Travel Guide: 16 reviews and 47 photos
We decided to have a quiet weekend relaxing by the sea for the Festival of Succot. We stayed 2 nights in Nahariya and on the way up we visited the ancient city of Akko and on the way back the Crusader Fortress of Yehiam. It was a very pleasant weekend and I highly recommend Nahariya as a base, assuming you are not a party animal. The town is very relaxing and quiet, has a lovely promenade along the beach and a main boulevard with cafes and restaurants. Most of the inhabitants seem to be retired Russians or very young couples with kids but it is extremely quiet and there is not a whole lot going on there especially on a holiday weekend.
- Pros:very pleasant getaway
- Cons:not for party animals
- In a nutshell:a quiet little seaside town
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