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Ashdod Port Said Alexandria Suez Egypt ASHDOD, ISRAEL Israel


Ashdod is just a one hour drive from the holy city of Jerusalem, and from Bethlehem, a 35 minute drive will get you to Tel Aviv, Israel's largest city.


Ashdod residents and visitors enjoy a modern railway, newly built highways, roads and interchanges, allowing easy access to and from the city, as well as convenient driving within it.


Ashdod, a 3000 year old capital city of the ancient Philistine Pentapolis, is still running high. The modern city of Ashdod is a polished gem waiting to be discovered, and welcomes its visitors with a variety of activities and attractions.


Must see tourist attractions


• Jonah’s Hill • Shopping • Gandi (Arches) beach


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: no limit Width: no limit Draught: 15.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Tugs available: 5, including 2 tugboats with 70 tons bollard pull


Activities and attractions In Ashdod include - Jonah's Hill (Givat Yonah) - According to tradition Jonah's Hill is where Jonah the Prophet was ejected onto dry land after spending three days and nights in the fish's belly. The entire city of Ashdod, spreading to


Quays


Total number of quays: 17 Total length of quays: 5.4km Quay depth: max 15.5mtr Passenger terminals: yes


Distances/Transportation City centre: easy access and transportation to and from the city Airport: Ben Gurion International Airport 40km


Mailing Address Ashdod Port Company Laskov BLVD, Ashdod, Israel PO Box 9001, Zip Code 7719100


Wwww.ashdodport.co.il


Other Contact Isaac Blumenthal CEO


E ceo@ashdodport.co.il P +972 8 851 7750/2


Main Contact Igal Ben Zikri


VP Corporate Communications


E igalbz@ashdodport.co.il P +972 8 851 7674


the south east, is visible from Jonah's Hill. A short trail leads to the remains of an ancient structure indicating the site of Prophet Jonah's tomb, a holy site according to Islam. Shopping - As a regional centre Ashdod malls have many kinds of shops with major brands, enjoying endless variety.


Gandi (Arches) beach - Ashdod offers wide, pristine beaches officially approved for swimming. The beaches offers convenient access, lifeguards and medical services as well as shaded areas, equipment, restaurants and other conveniences and facilities. Ashdod Port, Israel’s new economic gate, provides passengers of cruise ships and tourism, a new and modern terminal, among the most advanced in the world The terminal includes: • Currency exchange • Cafeteria


• Duty-free shops Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 26,757 Total cruise calls 2017: 21


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