Night promenade from train station Hof aCarmel to Bat Galim. Evening walks are good because there are few people, there are many thoughts, and there is enough time not to rush anywhere. In the light of day, vanity is rustling, and under cover of night, the mystery is silent. At such hours, you can walk for a long time, slowly, and look back into history. There were less fuss and more time, where the sand was free-flowing, and the people were hard-working.
During the British Mandate, the station was known as Kfar Samir. It was a small settlement in this area. Only Kadarim restaurant is still remains the Kfar Samir.
This restaurant is a legend in Haifa. It is almost oldest and still famous restaurant in the whole vicinity of Haifa beaches.
Ones it was a pottery shop. Potters made pots of local clay that were highly valued. Then they began to open restaurants around and in the former china shop they began to serve meat stewed in a pot. The Kadarim restaurant thus began its history. Unfortunately today there are neither pots nor meat nor history left. This is the usual eatery with ordinary hummus chips and kebabs
This part of coastline is the Shikmona Nature Reserve. It was declared a nature reserve in 2008 partly due to its unique reef. This reef was made up of a kind of gastropod that acts as a habitat for sea creatures and is unique to the eastern Mediterranean. Plant species, some of which are rare, grow on the coast, such as the evening primrose, which blooms just before sunset, and the limonium that covers the coastline in a carpet of purple in the spring. Upon the Haifa trials site: https://www.haifatrail.com/haifa-trail-segment16-eng.htm#./images/sect-16/Haifa-Trail-Sect16-P1270085.jpg
St. George's Church is very popular in Israel. The community of the Greek Catholic Church settled from this place in the early 20th century.
Prodromos Papavassiliou was a friend of Israel, who fought against the Nazis and helped Holocaust refugees exiled to internment camps in Cyprus. Haifa honored his memory with a square See full article at: https://www.hellohaifa.co.il/last-news/164-the-man-who-was-always-there