The small pool at the shade of eucalyptus trees collects the water of Ein Israel. The stream originates in the west of the grove, from carved rock tunnels that carry the water. The structure in the middle of the lake hosts pumps built by the Jezreel Kibbutz in the early days.
At the top of the hill is Jezreel ruin, with the remains of a large structure from Biblical times, which is believed to have been built by the kings of Israel. Jezreel was a strategic point at the time. The site is located on the Sea Road, in the junction from which it forked to the city of Samaria, the capital of the Kingdom of Israel.
When? The site is open all throughout the week.
Cost: Entrance to the site is free.