Caesarea Port provides a special atmosphere where history, leisure and nature meet to create the ultimate touring experience. Set adjacent to the Caesarea National Park, Caesarea Port provides tourists with interactive experiences which tell the history of the sites visited. The Travel through Time Sound and Light Show takes visitors on a one hour virtual tour of Caesarea’s many layered history from Herod and the Romans to Crusaders and the modern day port established with Baron Rothschild’s vision for Israel’s coastal area. Guests will also enjoy interactive meetings with computer generated images of key historical figures like King Herod and Hannah Senesh. The Time Tower rebuilds Caesarea using virtual simulations to reconstruct the city as it was during each period of its multi layered history.
Within the Caesarea Port area, guests will find a variety of restaurants, ice cream shops and bars, all overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Helena and Pundak Hatsalbaim are both fish restaurants offering fresh locally caught seafood. An Artists Colony at Caesarea Port offers wine, cheese and other locally made products, as well as art work made by various Israeli artists. Caesarea Port hosts many annual events including a cycling marathon, an annual Caesarea Jazz Festival, unique evening events and holiday activities. The Caesar Yam Hall is a facility for private events and weddings and is located on the water’s edge. Caesarea Port is open year round. Check the website for attraction hours. The restaurants, galleries and beach facilities are open daily until the evening.
Attractions at Caesarea Port can all be purchased separately. Alternatively, the combination ticket provides entrance to all the Port attractions and restaurants as well as the antiquities of the Caesarea National Park.