Caesarea & Wine Country


Join us on a bike ride, wine tasting and exploration of historic ruins in Israel's famous wine country, the most beautiful region Israel has to offer.

Depart from Jerusalem to explore the most beautiful plains in Israel. Our tour combines a bike ride through vineyards, fields with breathtaking views, brunch & wine in a magical secret garden and a visit to a famous winery. Explore the remarkable ancient city of Caesarea. A perfect opportunity to experience culture, history, extraordinary views and lots of great wines and foods.

The Experience

  • Magnificent bike ride through vineyards in Israel's best wine country
  • Prestigious and delightful wine & cheese picnic set within fields and orchards
  • Experience the gorgeous views of Israel's phenomenal wine country
  • Tour through one of Israel's most wonderful wineries + tasting lots of wine
  • Visit the incredible ruins at the ancient city of Caesarea


Leave from Stay Inn Hostel, Jerusalem 6:30 AM
Enjoy a bike ride through Israel's beautiful wine country 8:30 AM
Terrific brunch and wine in a magical secret garden between fields and trees experiencing Israel's wine country's spectacular views 10:30 AM
Tour+ wine tasting in one of Israel's most famous wineries 12:00 AM
Visit Caesarea's ancient ruins 1:45 PM
Back in Jerusalem 5:45 PM

* Please note that all times are approximate

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Further details

Duration: Full Day Tour.
Pickup point: Stay Inn Hostel, 21 King George St. Jerusalem.

This tour is partly self-guided. The bike ride and the winery will have a guide however, Caesarea will be explored alone with the assistance of a written guide.

Come prepared

  • Hat
  • Lots of water
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Snacks
  • Sunglasses

Yes, we've got you covered...

  • Transportation in a deluxe private tour bus with A.C
  • Guided bike tour through Israel's wine country
  • Delicious picnic with high-end cheeses and wine
  • Tour & wine tasting in one of the best wineries Israel has to offer

This tour does not include:

  • Tour guide in Caesarea (written guide materials will be provided)
  • Lunch, Snacks and Beverages
  • Entrance fee to Caesarea's ruins (39 NIS)

What a Day…

Beginning our journey in the picturesque town of Binyamina, you will begin a 8 km bike ride through
Israel’s wine country and ancient ruins while enjoying magnificent views.

Riding through the vineyards and by the Taninim River you will have a break at a beautiful magical garden for a fine picnic.
After the picnic you will be good and ready to keep riding to the Tishbi winery for a tour and wine tasting.
Keep riding past the Taninim river and the ruins of Shuni to the original aqueduct of Caesarea.
Continue your trip through the ancient Herodian city of Caesarea, built by King Herod in the 1st century CE where you’ll witness the incredible deep-water port as well as the theatre and Hippodrome and many more ancient Roman sites.

The Whole Story:

Binyamina Is a beautiful town in the Haifa region of Israel. The town was built in the 20s of the 20th century and is located in what is called Israel’s wine country. From there we will go out on a 8 km bike ride taking us through vineyards and by rivers. We will also see one of the Israeli agriculture centers. We will ride up to the magical secret garden for a fine picnic. This magical secret garden is a beautiful place feels like straight out of a painting where we will have wine and some treats. After our picnic we will ride to the Tishbi winery, a great Israeli winery with wonderful wines for a tour of the winery and wine tasting. We will continue riding by the ruins of Shuni which was the original aqueduct to Caesarea and the Taninim River. And back to Binyamina.

After Binyamina we will go see the ruins of Caesarea.

Caesarea is an Israeli national park where you can see the ruins of the Herodian city. King Herod built the city in the end of the 1st century BCE and named it after the Roman emperor Augustus. In Caesarea you can see a marvelous Roman port city with its theatre and hippodrome. But the centerpiece of this city is the deep-water port and its aqueduct.

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