Northern Israel's Mediterranean Soul

The Galilee offers distinctive cuisines and wineries to explore
From the Jun 30, 2008, issue
With its classic Mediterranean climate and venerable history, the Galilee offers many attractions for the body and the soul. Visitors to this narrow swath of land tucked between the Mediterranean and the Sea of Galilee will find plenty to experience, including a burgeoning wine scene.

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