* Rates are valid only for tourist holding foreign passport.
*According to the new regulations the determination of a tourist has been changed.
Tourist is a person who entered Israel with a foreign passport and his passport was stamped with Visa class B1, B2 or B3.
* All other persons entering Israel including those with dual citizenship are subject to V.A.T
ASHKELON CITY TRAVEL and TOURISM GUIDE
Ashkelon - Israel Gateway to the Mediterranean
The city of Ashkelon is located on the seacoast at the eastern of the Mediterranean sea.
The city attracts tourists from all around the world, for its cool and dry climate,modern marina, archeological and historical highlights.
Ashkelon City Guide - Ashkelon has twelve kilometers of breathtaking beaches, and an impressive archaeological park with facilities for family picnics. The city has all the potential to act as a magnet for tens of thousands of tourists, and to become one of Israel's important tourism and recreational centers.
Located between two designated beaches, the marina has room for up to 600 boats at an average cost of a mere $3 per day each. Within easy sailing distances from the Suez Canal, Port Said, Beirut Rhodes and Cyprus, Ashkelon's marina in one of Israel's most developed facilities for yachts plying the Mediterranean Sea.
Ashkelon Regional College
Ashkelon Regional College is one of the 12 regional colleges in Israel under the supervision of the Council for Higher Education and the Ministry of Culture. Due to the initiative of Dr. Tuvia Bar-Ilan and the help of the local local authority to the city and the education of the region, the college became an extension of Bar-Ilan University, Ramt Gan.
Our Staff is an experienced one and highly qualified. Included are lectures from Bar Ilan University This ensures teaching of the higher level.
The Marina is located between two designated beaches; "Delila" and "Bar-Kochva", on the golden sands of Ashkelon. It is situated at the heart of the tourist area. This prime location produces a unique relationship between the Marina, the city of Ashkelon and its people.
Ashkelon Marina is well known in the yachting community as a center for International rallies and regattas (Hecker thousand mils, EMYR Mediterranean Rally, Millenium Odyssey 2000).
Ashkelon is the ideal marina in the Mediterranean for living on board, wintering and traveling by car throughout the Holy Land, Jordan and Egypt.