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  • 1-2 km
  • Moderate
  • Average
  • 2 hours
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Judyn (Yehi’am) is castle built by the Teutonic Knights around 1220. It was destroyed by the Mamluk warlord Baibars around 1270. The fortress was rebuilt and expanded by the Bedouin ruler Dahar al-Omar in the 1760s and destroyed again by Ahmed Jezzar Pasha around 1775.

Kibbutz Yehiam, Israel
Abundant of restaurants and coffee shops in the nearby city of Nahariya.
A Hat, good walking shoes, water, camera and goodwill are essentials for a fruitful visit. Preferred visit time in Spring.

Judyn (Yehi’am) is castle built by the Teutonic Knights around 1220 in The Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was destroyed by the Mamluk warlord Baibars around 1270. The fortress was rebuilt and expanded by the Bedouin ruler Dahar al-Omar in the 1760s and destroyed again by Ahmed Jezzar Pasha around 1775. In 1946 the Zionist movement built a kibbutz at the site and called it Kibbutz Yehi’am. Today the site is a National Park.



Opening hours

09:00 - 17:00

How to get there

By bus, taxi or guided tour.

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