Apollonia National Park – locally known as Tel Arsuf – is an archeological site featuring stunning coastal views, and ancient ruins of a Roman villa, moat, and a Crusader fortress.
The sea views from Apollonia National Park are beyond beguiling. Hikers will love the coastal path here – with all its beautiful photo ops. There’s also a glass furnace at the entrance of the park, and the Sidna Ali Mosque from 1481 is a must-see, albeit entrance is only permitted to the devout or in modest areas for the general public.
Another noteworthy feature of the Apollonia National Park is the Dinosaur House – in fact a sandstone rock cave structure.
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