Rimonim is a town that was founded in 1980 and has a local population of about 170 families. From Rimonim, it is possible to see all the way to the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. There is also an ancient archaeological site in Rimonim dating back to the Byzantine period. The name Rimonim means “pomegranates” and the town is named after the story from the book of Judges about the concubine in the valley, which mentions the escape to a location called Sela HaRimon. There are local services in the town and a swimming pool.

Worth Visiting: Hirbat al-Kiliya Byzantine fortress; Eli Overlook, featuring a beautiful view of the Dead Sea, Jordan Mountains and the Jordan Valley.