Information and Review of the Gvulot (Border) Lookout Settlement
Mitzpe Gvulot, the first lookout point in the Negev, is built entirely of mud bricks. The site is ideal for guided tours and offers a wide range of activities including mud construction, bread baking, plowing, and more.
A diamond processing plant, Mekorot’s first water pipe, and the first reservoir in the Negev are also all here. Agricultural trips to local fields can be arranged as well.
FAQ for Gvulot (Border) Lookout Settlement (Archaeology and History;National Sites in Israel):
Wheelchair accessible? Yes,
Is there a parking? Yes,
Is it sutable for children? Yes.
Attraction Type: Archaeology and History, National Sites, Region: South, Address: Kibbutz Gvulot (Find more Archaeology and History;National Sites in Israel: South)
Gvulot (Border) Lookout Settlement Opening hours:
Sunday — Thursday: 09:00-15:00. Friday: 09:00-13:00. Saturday 10:00-17:00