Every year around end of August Eilat fills with the sound of unique jazz music from around the globe attracting enthusiastic and loyal fans from all parts of Israel and the world. The Red sea Jazz Festival takes place at Eilat Harbor near Coral beach (Northern coast). The best Jazz artists appear at the festival such as Diana Krall, Spiro Gyro, Michel Petrucciani, Ute Lemper, Diane Reeves, Gonzalo Rubalkaba, Dee Dee Bridgewater and many others.
Bridge Festival is considered the largest of its kind in Eilat, Israel. The festival usually takes place in November every year and is supported by the leading Isrotel chain. The colorful festival brings thousands of players in Eilat Bridge from around Israel and the world.
A yearly tradition for over 20 year takes place at the end of August - Yemenite Festival Eilat. It is the center for a weekend festival showcasing performances from some of the best Mediterranean, Oriental and Yemenite contemporary singers. Among the artists appearing at the festival: Eyal Golan, Margalit Tzan'ani, Haim Moshe, Avner Gadassi, Yishai Levy, Lior Farhi, David Aaron, Omar Adam, and more.
The festival is a project of Lior Petel, founder of the Israel Academy of Salsa and a production company Latino Del Mundo. It is an international celebration of Latin music and dancing sweep followed by thousands of enthusiastic dancers, who attend the festival sweep every year.
Eilat City Guide - aims to accurately map the latest and the city of Eilat.
You can find two types of visitors: tourists from Israel and abroad, and crowd internet
surfers, who seek knowledge of Eilat to the fullest.
Because of the fact that Eilat is a tourist town leader, the site Eilat City externalizes especially in the content, related to collecting information relevant to tourism: hotels and accommodation, restaurants, nearby attractions and transportation, however, the sophisticated index system database that contains most other businesses (non-tourism business) in Eilat.
Eilat is a unique city in Israel: its remoteness, its location and boundaries of
many countries (borders of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia), the very hot desert
climate, the wonderful Red Sea and finally closing around Eilat mountains, provide
great advantages that enable it to be perfect freedom city.
For many years, Eilat stands out as one of the leading tourist city in Israel. Eilat is also appealing Israeli tourists who make their holidays in the city and many tourists from abroad.
Eilat has large Variety of luxurious hotels, excellent restaurants and pleasant variety of attractions and amusements for those how visits Eilat. Eilat city web site allows those who love the city, tourists and residents to get the latest information about business activities in Eilat at the click of a button.
Despite what people think, the city of Eilat is not a small town at all: The city
has about 60,000 permanent residents, and during the holidays and vacations the
population in the city reaches hundreds of thousands.
Like any city that is supposed to support this amount of permanent residents and hundreds of thousands of vacationers, the town held a very large variety of small and large businesses: Hotels, restaurants, attractions, spas and sporting, travel agencies, shops, municipal and government offices, port and many more.
Timna Park is located on the Arava road, about 25 kilometers north of Eilat. Park activities for all the family range from a cruise on the lake, hiking, lodging and camping areas. Number of hiking trails in the park and observation: the Mushroom, Solomon's Pillars, Arches, Temple of Hathor, Lake Timna and more.
Ein Gedi is located on the western shore of the Dead Sea, on Highway 90, about 235 km north of Eilat. Ein Gedi reserve is a Nature Reserve & supported by National Parks Authority. Between sites in the Ein Gedi nature reserve: a cascade of David, Mount Yishai and Ein Gedi, the upper pools, hidden waterfall, Ein Gedi fountain, Cave uncles. In the reserve are several hiking trails, some for the whole family and some routes for experienced hikers.
Ein Netafim is about seven kilometers northwest of Eilat (Mitzpe Ramon Road), and it is a Spring of fresh water that flows all year round. This spring water is used as a source of water for animals in the area (for deers, foxes and more ...). It is a unique hiking experience for the whole family.
Spice Route is an ancient history during the ancient cultures that lived in the area used to Agricultural and sky from east to west. This track starts in the horn (about 120 km north of Eilat), Continues from Moa, short, from caves, river caves, primeval river, river her gutter and end near Kibbutz Ein Yahav.