Galilee is the greenest and most fertile land of Israel, and borders with Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.
It is a mountain region with beautiful valleys, divided in High and Low Galilee. Several rivers flow in Galilee, including the Jordan River, which springs on Mount Hermon (2.700mt) on the border with Lebanon. Sites of interest include: Banyas with the third century BC sanctuary dedicated to the god Pan and the archaeological ruins of Caesarea Philippi, the archaeological site of Sepphoris, where the house of Joachim and Anna-Maria's parents is traditionally located, and the park of Megiddo (World Heritage site) built on the remains of 25 cities and mentioned in the Book of Revelations. It is the most populated region of Israel where different ethnicities live together: Druze and Circassian villages, Muslim or Christian Arab towns, Israeli settlements that tell the Zionism history. There are places that are sacred to the Christians in Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee where Capernaum, Tabgha, the Primacy of Peter and the Mount of Beatitudes are located, and places sacred to the Jews such as the tombs of the ancients, and Safed and Tiberias synagogues.