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Adamit Park is situated on the Adamit region, which is part of the Rosh Hanikra Ridge. The high location of the park (400 meters above sea level) ensures pleasant breezes as well as gorgeous views of the Western Galilee
Bay. The area is very rocky and there are many caves- the result of a very long rock-melting phenomenon. One such cave is the Keshet Cave which consists of an arch (Keshet in Hebrew) that seems to be the only remnant from the ceiling of the cave which has collapsed long ago. Keshet Cave has a stunning observation point overlooking the surrounding landscape. There are marked trails in the area (the terraces trail and the scented flowerbeds trail) that lead visitors among planted orchards, landscape observation points and lovely picnic spots. The Park is well-marked and one can enter through road 8993.
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