The Sea of Galilee is the largest freshwater lake in all of Israel, renowned for its tranquil, crystal-clear waters, through which the Jordan River flows. Around its shores sit multiple historical and religious sites, with masses of travellers making a pilgrimage to experience the are.
Explore the Biblical village and remains of Capernaum, or experience the Yardenit baptism site in the Jordan River. The area is also famous for its unique rural agriculture and majestic landscapes, with Mount Tabor rolling elegantly visible for miles around.
Explore the Sea of Galilee on one of the many hiking and cycling trails available, such as the Kinneret or Jesus trails. Otherwise, relax in style on one of the many privatised beaches around the water's edge.