Karmiel (Hebrew: כַּרְמִיאֵל, lit. "God's vineyards") is a city in northern Israel. Established in 1964 as a development town, Karmiel is located in the Beit HaKerem Valley which divides upper and lower Galilee. The city is located south of the Acre-Safed road, 32 kilometres (20 miles) from Safed and 20 km (12 miles) from Ma'alot-Tarshiha and 20 km (12 mi) from Acre. In 2016 Karmiel had a population of 45,300.
Restaurants in Karmiel
5 based on 143 reviews
Are you travelling in Israel and looking for something off the beaten track? Galileat brings you different types of activities that the whole family will love.Makluba, Hubeza, Sinya…Maybe you've heard the names but never realized that it's authentic Galilean food. Galileat gives you an authentic experience that will make your trip to Israel an unforgettable one. We will show you Israel through the eyes, and palate, of a local. Our culinary adventures allow the participant a hands-on, true to life cultural immersion. It is a unique experience, unlike anything else you've ever done in Israel. You complete one of our cooking workshops having learnt how to cook something that you might, or might not have heard about , having eaten what you prepare with your host, and will understand a little better how people live in the rural Galilee. Oh, and let's not forget…it's a whole lot of fun!!!We have Druze, Moslem and Christian hosts, all of whom exemplify the middle-eastern custom of hachnasat orchim; warmly welcoming guests into their homes. The day starts (after tea and coffee, of course) with approximately 3 hours of hands-on preparation of traditional dishes. In the winter and spring, it is many wild greens, picked fresh from the fields. Late spring and summer, frikki (smoked green wheat) is on the menu. The menu changes seasonally, in keeping with the cycle of life in the Galilee. Once we have finished preparing the delicacies, we all sit and enjoy our feast. Culinary tourism is not just about good eating. That you can do at home. It's about exploring foreign cultures through taste, smell and experience.
This experience was absolutely amazing, wonderful, unique and unforgettable! Being able to cook with Roudena's family and then also being able to spend time with them was so special!! Paul was so amazing and enabled us to communicate with Roudena and her family despite speaking different languages as well as explaining to us the different cooking techniques we were using and giving us his expertise!! This was absolutely amazing and a must for anyone wanting an authentic experience that is not something you would normally do! Thank you so much Paul for making this possible!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Place to admire amazing geological formations of limestone formations as a result of long processes and pressures which took place underground. There are four different and well indicated trails here which intertwine with each other: the Mamutot trail, the Ya’aron trail, the Har (Mount) Sneh trail and the Katlav trail. Some longer and some shorter. You can get food at the nearby village of Kisra.
5 based on 34 reviews
Lotem Organic - a unique winery which integrates human qualities with those of the land. The winery is located in a beautiful spot in Kibbutz Lotem looking at Sahnin valley with it's ancient olive trees. From the balcony you can see all the way from the sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights to the Lower Galilee. In the winery we integrate high quality of wine making- Organic grapes from our vineyard in Kibbutz Zivon on the slopes of mount Meiron (alttidue of 750 m) and special energetic processes like playing special music to the wine continuously throughout all the fermentation and aging process.
Look no further. If you are in area or even if your are not do yourself a favor and go there! Lotem winery produces a variety of wines, has a great view, good food and friendly atmosphere. Johnny the owner is an amazing guy, loves...MoreWe really feel honored by your kind comments and appreciate that you took the time to share them. It would be great to see you soon again in the winery. Jonathan & Yaniv - Winery owners
4 based on 21 reviews
Located on the eastern entrance to the town of Carmiel, the BIG mall provides a worthwhile shopping experience in a range of categories: food, cosmetics, pharma, optics, toys, houseware and gifts and of course – the leading fashion brands in one place. The large and spacious stores encircle a huge parking lot at no charge. Enjoy excellent service at the restaurants and cafes while you're there
It's your average outdoor large strip mall with the usual Israeli chain stores. Not a big deal.
Try to avoid evenings and weekends unless you love busy parking lots.
Only positive note is that it shows in real life how well Arabs and Jews coexist especially in the Gallilee.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
If you are arriving or leaving Karmiel by train or bus, or transferring between a train and a bus going elsewhere in the Galilee, the park is right beside the road entrance to the station. If you have time, well worth the few minutes to walk over and take a look.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The park is a large open park with many sculptures throughout the park. There are stairs to walk down into the old Quarry which has paths where water lilies grow along with water reeds and wild grasses with dripping waters from the fall and craoking of frogs. We were at the quarry at night so the visual beauty is not seen and would be more appreciated during daytime. There is also a memorial dedicated to the journey of Ethiopian Jews to Israel. The park is fee, no entry charge, however there is limited lighting and is better to go during the day. The area is great for picnics, the view from the lookout point of the surrounding areas is beautiful.
5 based on 7 reviews
Warm, welcoming people obviously proud of their unique brewery that makes beer from non-traditional ingredients, catering to those who cannot tolerate gluten. Well worth visiting.
For those who love beer and have no gluten issues, they'll enjoy tasting these unique craft beers, opening up the concept of beers not made with barley or wheat. For those who can't drink gluten based beers these are satisfying alternatives for regular consumption!
After the visit, you cannot but fail to wish these entrepreneurs success. The products are excellent, and they themselves are hard working and creative professionals.
5 based on 3 reviews
Nestled in the hills of western galilee'lies the Kishor vineyard. It is here that warm summer days,cool breezes from the Mediterranean Sea,rich the terra rossa and lots of love combine to produce the high quality grapes for Kishor wine. We,the Kishorit members, produce the wine with pride. We are partners in the wine production from cultivating the vineyards to bottling and marketing the wine
Dropped by the Kishor Winery while we were driving around northern Israel. What a great place. They showed us a video which explained how the facility worked. Essentially this facility includes a winery, a place that makes bread and cheese, a kennel and stables. It is staffed entirely with people with disabilities who all work and contribute as a team. This facility looks after all their needs for their entire life cycle. Very inspiring.
After the video we sat around with the manager sipping on some very good wines. This something worthwhile supporting.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Took 3 small kids from age 5 to 6 & 6 and a 14 year old ( Autism) and really decided to check it out as the photos looked great. Never imagined we would be there for hours. The place is real cool, the assistants more that helpful and amazing their levels of understanding considering the kids has all different levels of ability. Safety was great and the youngest child who was very overwhelmed at the beginning just did not want to leave. Great little coffee bar and milkshakes and the only problem was getting the kids out
5 based on 2 reviews
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