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Experience the many charms of Israel

If Israel is on your bucket list, then a holiday to this country promises unique discoveries. Explore its unending deserts, impressive underwater world, biblical cities and splendid seaside resorts on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea. Fly to Eilat or Tel Aviv and immerse yourself in the country’s culture, architecture and tourist attractions. Book your flight, accommodation and rental car with Transavia Holidays and enjoy this exceptional holiday. Have you packed your suitcases yet?

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*Starting prices per person on the basis of a return trip for 2 people, including costs payable locally (excluding €22,50 booking costs, SGR-contribution, Dutch calamity funds. Excluding any possible credit card surcharge). Prices can vary depending on flight fare, hotel, and/or car availability. The carriage of hold luggage is not included in the shown prices.

Discover the very best seaside resorts

Are you in the mood for sun, sea and beaches? Israel has many seaside resorts where you can while away an entire day by the sea. The country’s best known resorts are Herzliya, Tel Aviv and Eilat. Herzliya and ‘the white city’ of Tel Aviv are on the Mediterranean Sea and have white sandy beaches, wonderful restaurants and trendy shops on their sea fronts. The popular resort of Eilat is on the Red Sea and is famed for its spectacular underwater world.

“Float in the Dead Sea, go snorkelling in Eilat or wander through the narrow streets of Jerusalem.”

From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

It's easy to take a day trip to the impressive city of Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. The distance between these two cities is 70 kilometres and it only takes an hour by car. If you book with Transavia Holidays, you can add a rental car to your booking, which will give you complete freedom to stop at some great places along the way. Immerse yourself in history and search for the locations of biblical stories. If you have any time left, drive on Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus.

Enjoy Israeli cuisine

If you love food, you’ll definitely be in your element in Israel, even if you’re a vegetarian. Hummus, pita bread, falafel, shakshouka and dates all feature highly in the country’s Mediterranean and Eastern cuisine. Every street corner has pomegranate sellers and it’s also easy to find the popular Jaffa oranges. The local population eats a Kosher diet, which is food that has been prepared according to the customs of Judaism. Have you worked up an appetite yet?