A day at the beach is always great fun for kids all ages. Combine that with breath taking views, tide pools and a secret blue cave and you have a great family attraction.
Israel is known for its long Mediterranean coast line. Located in the northern part of that coast line, Habomin Beach Reserve, is one of the most impressive shores in Israel.
We visited the reserve in April and while the water is still too cold to swim in, we enjoyed a variety of spring flowers along our path.
Our first stop was the bay of shells. This small bay is lined with tide pools and instead of sand layer after layer of shells has been piling up here for thousands of years.
We arrived in low tide which allowed the kids to explore and search for shell creatures between the rocks.
After the bay of shells we continued to the Blue Cave.
You cannot enter the cave but you sure can admire the sparkling blue water as seen from its top.
Finally we headed back to the beach itself and with the wind in our hair ran around and had a great time.