The one and only Israeli port on the Red Sea.
The Eilat Port opened just before Israel gained its independence and allows for shipping to reach the Indian Ocean without having to pass through foreign naval blockades. While water traffic is relatively low in comparison to Israel’s other two major seaports on the Mediterranean, the port has recently adopted more cultural purposes: like hosting the winter edition of the Red Sea Jazz Festival, which benefits tremendously from the open space.
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Red Sea Jazz Festival
What can be better than listening to the hottest, most authentic jazz music under the desert’s starry sky? Well, listening to it live for starters. The Red Sea Jazz Festival, hosting the best talent in Israeli and international jazz music, proves that...Jazz Sunday August 27 2017 - Wednesday August 30 2017