Tzinbari Beach is named after a city that stood in the Roman period in the same location. The southern shore was named A-Ta’a Alah Kabir by local fishermen and the northern shore contains two pieces of a huge rock that once stood across the road and was known as “the stone of the demons.” Residents of Moshava Kinneret relate that in the village’s early days it was accepted practice not to go past the rock due to the poor security situation. A small area of the beach has been drained so as to make room for a parking area, restrooms and other amenities. Access to the beach is one and a half kilometers north of the Kinneret Junction. Tzinbari Beach is not a recognized beach and therefore does not provide lifeguard services.
Categories : Beaches
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