- A2 hours
Ancient Crusader city ruins, right by the Mediterranean sea.
- B1 hour or less
A dismantled medieval fortress, built by the Crusaders in the early 12th century CE
- C1 hour or less
Château Pèlerin also known as Atlit fortress or Castle Pilgrim is a Crusader fortress located near Atlit on the northern coast of Israel.
- D3 hours
The Battle of Hattin took place on 1187, between the Crusaders and the forces of Saladin at the foot of Mt. Hittin, an extinct volcano caldera surrounded by twin peaks with a fantastic views
- E3 hours
During the 12th C, the Crusaders built a fort and watchtower at the top of the hill, overlooking Sephory
- F1 hour or less
Castellum Rouge, the Good Samaritan Inn
- G2 hours
Beit She’an (Scythopolis): A former Egyptian, Biblical, Hellenistic, Roman Byzantine city in the North-East section of the Holy Land
- H2 hours
A Crusader Fortress which commands a spectacular view overlooking the Jordan Valley
- I2 hours
A Knights Templar fortress built at the north eastern border of the Kingdom of Jerusalem
- J1 hour or less
Châteauneuf or Castellum Hunin is a Crusader castle that helped Hugh of St. Omer to control the Upper Galilee region that dominated the vital route from Damascus to Tyre. It was built around 1107.
- K2 hours
Château de Roi (Mi’ilya) is a small village overlooking Montfort. In the village there is a castle where the king’s representative the Noble French De Milly family lived. The family controlled no less than 36 surrounding villages. It was one of the central Crusader Signoras connected to Acre.
- L2 hours
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.
- M3 hours
Castle Montfort (Starkenberg) is an archaeological site consisting of the ruins of a fortress built by the Teutonic Knights. The fortress was built on a narrow and steep cliff above the southern bank of Nahal Kziv.
- N2 hours
Emmaus (Abu Gosh or Kiryat Ye’arim): is a small town 10 km. west of Jerusalem from where the Ark of the Covenant was brought to Jerusalem by King David. During the Roman occupation, the 10th Legion, Legio X Fretensis, of the Roman army was stationed at Emmaus. The Legion’s emblem marks one of the walls of the crusader church.
- O1 hour or less
Aqua Bella is one of the many Crusader farms who supplied food and water to the pilgrims visiting from Europe, built along the road to Jerusalem.
- P2 hours
Castellum is a Roman fortress built there to secure the road to Jerusalem. About 400 years later the Crusaders built a castle Castellum Belveern on the ruins of this former fortress, which still stands today. After the fall of the Crusaders, the Castel disappeared from the historical sources for centuries.
- Q1 hour or less
Belmont: Tzuba was one of 21 villages given by King Godfrey as a fief to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. In 1114, the gift was re-confirmed by Baldwin I of Jerusalem. Sometime before 1169, the Hospitaller Knights built a castle there and called it Belmont.