The next one not to be missed is of course the Dead Sea. I recommend Ein Bokek area, the public beach is free with a sandy beach, but beware, sand is hot like hell. Water is dense, hot, and the most salted ever. Therefore you can easily sit and... read a book.
Indeed, we jump now quite opposite side of the country. The Read Sea which is rather blue, cool and full of nice coral reef. The beach is not so perfect (this one in front of Dan Eilat Hotel) and it is much hotter here...
This is the view from the Beachfront Hotel roof top on Mediterranean Sea. The city beach in Tel Aviv is recognised to be one of the best sandy beaches in the world. And this is true...
War zone, birth place of Christian religion and home to the most important spot in Judaism. Honestly, this city has so much to offer, such a diversity of cultures, religions and races, that I really coulod not stand it. Especially in the old city you feel the tension with every step. Be warned, this place can become annoying really fast.
Old Town of Jerusalem. Panorama view, from the Austrian Hospice rooftop.