Tel Michal

Overlooking the marina, Tel Michal is located on a hill approximately 30 meters above sea level and features archeological artifacts from many different periods in history, such as clay shards from the 10th and 6th centuries BCE, and a wine press. During the 17th century BCE, Tel Michal was an important center of commerce for trade with Egypt, Cyprus and Phoenicia, and today features remnants of temples built during this period.