The Alek ruins are beautiful scenery set in the north of Israel near the small city of Zichron Yaakov, on route to Haifa.

It is a path, in the forest designated for the entire family, ending at a pool of water, an ancient pool with running water.

Ramat Hanadiv, Zikhron Ya'aqov

The path is part of the grand “Israel Trail” path.

It is believed that the name “Alek” stems from the Arabic name of “leaches” that had swarmed the water of the pool.

Ramat Hanadiv, Zikhron Ya'aqov

The place had served formerly as an Arabic village with a Mosque, but had been I ruins for several years.

Old relics and ruins had been dug up in the area but are – yet- closed for visitors.

Ramat Hanadiv, Zikhron Ya'aqov

The route takes the family through forest, flowers, beautiful scenery and mainly; nature.

How to reach?
On route 4- heading to Haifa, leaving the road east-bound to road 652 towards “Ramat Hanadiv”.

Ramat Hanadiv, Zikhron Ya'aqov

Ramat Hanadiv, Zikhron Ya'aqov

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