Pesach 2015 – Limited availability. If you have family or friends visiting Netanya for Pesach, who are still looking for great accommodation please ask them to contact us by email (Bookings@IPCVacationRentals.com) or via our website regarding our fantastic vacation rental homes for their holiday. Rentals available throughout the year.
Due to emergency repair work on the main waterline being undertaken by “Mekorot” – the National Water Company, disruptions in the resident water supply may occur.
On Monday 6 October 2014, 5:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Please prepare accordingly and store a sufficient amount of water “Mei Netanya” will provide as much assistance as possible with water supply to the residents.
Sukkot is a week-long Jewish festival which falls shortly after Yom Kippur.
Sukkot in Israel is a time of vacation – the first and last days are national holidays when most businesses will be closed (similar to a regular Shabbat), whilst the intermediary days are normal business days except for the fact that many Israelis take the time off work. The result is that there are lots of activities for Sukkot across Israel so it is a great time to be visiting. The Sukkot festival in 2014 falls between 8 to 15 October 2014 although the events also take place slightly before and after these dates.
For some recommended Sukkot Days Out in Israel courtesy of LoveLoveIsrael.com’s founder, Deborah Dickson click here.