Galilee Villa Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 170 m2 in a mountain vilage with sea of galili view
A beautiful house with a Large space and balconies with a spectacular view of the sea of galilee and the mountains and valleys around.
Out side there is a grass area with a view and a place for 2 cars to park near the house.
One master bed room with en-suite bathroom, and another 2 bedrooms with a nearby bathroom.
On the other side of the house an open space large living room with large windows overlooking the sea of galilee and the mountains around, and a kitchen with a dining area and a large glass doors to the balcony.
A unique experience in Amirim the only vegetarian village with many artists and all the amenities nearby - shop, children playgrounds, restaurants, swimming pool (in the summer only) go for mountain walks and bikes and 4x4 rides all over the north.
Safed (Tzfat) old city, artist market and more 20 min away
Sea of galilee within 20 min drive only.
Acre (Akko) old city, markets and beaches about 30 min away
Many beautiful natural locations within a few minutes away such as springs, rivers, waterfalls and much much more
Early attempts by Jewish immigrants from Morocco to establish a settlement in the 1950s were not successful. The original name was Shefa Bet. In 1958, a group of people of various backgrounds banded together to create a moshav based on a vegetarian, vegan, and organic lifestyle and ideology. Among them were numerous Branch Davidian Seventh Day Adventist families under the leadership of Ben Roden and Lois Roden. The founders of Amirim were among the pioneers of the vegetarian movement in Israel. The Rodens established 'The Branch Organic Agricultural Association,' one of the first organizations to encourage organic gardening in Israel, which produces an abundance of crops for the area and for Europe.
One of the moshav's main sources of income is tourism. The moshav runs guesthouses and restaurants featuring vegetarian and vegan food. In the early 1960s, the Jewish Agency helped 10 families build the first zimmerim, as the guest chalets are known.
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only
We are a vegan family, we are in the business of inspiring good healthy living.
Why Yaron chose Galilee
We always wanted to live in natural quite, clean air settings
What makes this villa unique
when we came to this house we fell in love with it immidiatly as it has the modern space, nature all around, beautiful view from every corner and many facilities near by.