Acco is a bustling coastal city in northern Israel with a unique sense of ancient history, modern amenities, parks culture and community.
Binyamina – Givat Ada
Bar Yochai is a religious, Zionist community named after Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, author of the Zohar, whose grave is located on Moshav Meron just a few minutes from the Yishuv.
When it comes to proximity to places of employment, Binyamina may well be Israel's most strategically situated town. A short, direct train ride from Tel Aviv and Haifa, Binyamina is also a short bus trip to the hi-tech and biotech centers of Yokneam and Caesaria.
Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv, located in the Beit Shean Valley, is named after Rabbi Tzvi Yehudah Berlin, whose initials form the acronym by which he is known -- the Natziv from Volozhin.
Eshchar is a community village in the Misgav region of the Western Galilee where both religious and secular residents live together in harmony and mutual respect. The community's aim is to live in
The communities on the Golan offer a high quality of life. The Golan is known to be one of the most beautiful areas in Israel, with excellent weather: evenings bring cooler air, while summer days are hot and dry. The area has many hiking trails,
Israel’s third largest city, Haifa overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and provides easy access to all other parts of the country. It offers a wide array of communities, job opportunities, and resources for new Olim.
Hatzor Haglilit is a young, warm and welcoming community ready to absorb new residents from all over the world. Located in the beautiful Upper Galilee, the town offers affordable housing and cost of living, excellent access to public transportation all over Israel, and a full range of services
Founded in 1977, Hispin is considered the hub for religious communities in the area. Approximately 200 families (including 630 children) live in Hispin; and the Yishuv is expected to grow to a total of 250 families.
Kibbutz Afik was established in 1972 by a group of young Israelis that had served on the Golan during their army service. Situated in the southern Golan, Afik is located near the site of Fiq, that had once been a Syrian army base and village.
Kibbutz Hannaton, founded in 1983 as a Masorti (Conservative) kibbutz, is situated in the lower part of the Western Galilee midway between Haifa and Tiberias. In the summer of 2008 the Kibbutz voted to become a “kibbutz mit’hadesh” (a revitalized kibbutz), in which it maintains some of the cooperative elements of the original kibbutz system but is privatized.
Located in the Lower Galil, Kibbutz Lavi sits 310 meters above sea level, surrounded by lush fields. The Kibbutz is a ten-minute ride to the Kinneret and the city of Tiberias.
Kibbutz Yiron, a member of the United Kibbutz Movement (“Takam”), was founded in May of 1949, after the War of Independence, as one of a row of settlements set up to strengthen the border with Lebanon.
Kiryat Tivon is located about 15 kilometers southeast of Haifa, on the ruins of the Second Temple period city of Bet Shearim, in the hills between Emek Yizrael and Emek Zvulun. With a population of slightly over 17,000, Tivon is a 70-year-old, quiet and well-established picturesque suburban community, characterized by an abundance of greenery, private homes, small apartment buildings and excellent municipal services.
Lavon is a community village in the central Galilee, situated on beautiful mountain slopes, overlooking Karmiel, the Mediterranean coast and the hills of the Lower Galilee.
Manof is located in the central Galil, a beautiful and well tended community village situated on Mount Shechaniya. It was established in 1980 by a core group of South African immigrants,
Viewing Ma'alot's modern day idyllic atmosphere, with lush vegetation and flora, it is easy to forget the city's early days as a development town for Moroccan and Iraqi Olim. Today, Ma'alot is at the heart of the hi-tech center that has revitalized the economy
Migdal HaEmek, best translated as “The Tower of the Valley” is so called because of its geographical location. The city stands as a tower, overlooking Emek Yizrael (the Jezreal Valley), the Carmel mountains, and the Lower Galilee. Although situated only 280 meters in altitude, the views that can be seen surrounding the city are breathtaking.
Misgav is comprised of:
Avtalyon, Eshchar, Har Halutz, Karmiel, Lavon, Manof, Misgav, Moreshet, Shorashim, Tal El and Tuval. Misgav is a region comprised of many small communities. The 35 villages of Misgav spread out over an area of 50,000 acres with a total population of 21,000 residents, including 5,500 Bedouins. Within those communities are 29 Jewish Yishuvim (villages), each of which may be as small as 50 families or as large as 300. Residents of Misgav generally enjoy a high quality of life, rich in the communal experience.
Since the Go North program started in 2009, Olim have made Aliyah to the following communities: Moreshet, Eshchar, Shorashim Atzmon, Hararit, Yuvalim, Har Halutz, Moran, Tzurit and Tal El.
The residents of Mitzpe Netufa confess that they never really get entirely accustomed to the beauty of their home. Even those who have lived on the Yishuv for twenty years still wake up, look outside at the mountains and lush vegetation, and find it difficult to imagine living anywhere else.
Moreshet is a Religious-Zionist community village in the central Galilee, a mere 20 minute drive from the Krayot and Karmiel. The Yishuv overlooks a stunning view of the Haifa Bay and
Moshav Yonatan was founded in 1975 in memory of Yonatan Rosenman, who was killed in the Yom Kippur war in the area. His brother, Didi Yadin, is a member of the small group of farmers who took the initiative to start this agricultural community in the Golan Heights.
Located on a stunning stretch of Mediterranean coast, Nahariyah is a favorite retirement location for many Olim. It offers easy transportation solutions to other parts of Israel, and boasts an array of outdoor attractions and activities.
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Sitting 500 meters above sea level, Nazaret Illit overlooks the Lower Galil, and is one of the few Israeli cities which receive snowfall a few days each winter. Founded in the mid 1950's, Nazareth Illit was envisioned as a Jewish "counterpart" to the predominantly Arab Christian and Arab Muslim city of Nazareth. It was established as part of the national mission to strengthen the Jewish character of the Galil as a whole, and to address the demographic, political and economic challenges emanating specifically from Nazareth.
Founded in the beginning of the 20th century, Pardes Chana was originally based on an agricultural economy. The city is still dotted with many citrus groves. Pardes Chana is composed of a diverse population, including young families and retirees.
Ramat Yishai, a local council in Northern Israel, is located on the western edge of the Yizrael Valley. The population today is diverse and comprised of families from many different ethnic backgrounds,
Rechasim, located seven kilometers northwest of Kiryat Tivon, and alongside Moshav Kfar Chassidim, was founded about 40 years ago. It is now called the "Hareidi Center of the North." 80% of the community is Haredi; 20% are either modern Orthodox or non-observant. Streets are not closed on Shabbat.
Rosh Pina, a picturesque, historic village, is located on the northeastern slopes of the Upper Galilee mountains overlooking the Sea of Galilee, the Hula valley, Mount Hermon and Golan Heights.
Shorashim is a community located in the Misgav region of the Western Galilee. This community was founded by a group of North Americans and has absorbed families from a number of English-speaking countries, as well as native-born Israelis.
Tal El is a community village in the central Galil. The community is located half-way between Akko and Carmiel, and is surrounded by a pine-forest. The panoramic view from Tal El reveals the scenic beauty of the Western Galil and its numerous olive groves.
Located on the western shore of the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) at 200 meters below sea level, Tiberias is Israel's lowest city. Surrounded by mountains, with the Kinneret at its base,
Tuval is situated on a beautiful mountaintop in the Western Galilee, and boasts breathtaking views - from Rosh Hanikra in the north to Haifa in the south. Tuval was established as a Kibbutz in 1981 by ideological groups of young people from South Africa, Britain and Israel.
One of Israel’s four holy cities, Tzefat (Safed) overlooks the stunning Galilee hilltops. A prime tourist destination, it offers many tourism-related job opportunities and features a diverse, welcoming community.
Located in the eastern part of the Lower Galilee, Yavne'el (also spelled Yavniel) was founded as an agricultural village (“Moshava”) in 1901 by the Jewish Colonization Association. True to its roots, Yavne'el still retains a small town agricultural feel, while it continues to grow and develop.
Yokneam Illit is a small city in northern Israel, southeast of Haifa. It is located in a hilly region of the lower Galilee, bordered by Highway 70 and Mount Carmel. Most people from the center
It seems that nearly all who come to visit Zichron Yaakov fall in love with the town, and it is easy to see why. Zichron has a world-famous winery, a quaint, brick-paved downtown district, and a stunning view of the Mediterranean coast.