Amirim Vegetarian Village

This hilltop community was the first in the world to go entirely meat-free.


The Amirim Vegetarian Village was founded in 1958 after a group of herbivorous idealists asked the government for a space where they could live according to their ideals. The pioneers were granted an abandoned village on a hill overlooking the Galilee, and thus the world’s first vegetarian village was formed. Today, the town and its 900 residents are all meat-free - you won’t find a single carnivorous dish at any of the restaurants, and even barbecues are banned. Regardless of your dietary preferences, it’s a unique experience visiting a community so devoted to their values - and the views sure are nice.


Local time12:48 AM GMT+3
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