In the north of israel there is a village where people live in harmony with nature
Clil, an ecological village unique in the Israeli landscape, rests in a valley between Western Galilee hills. At the center of the valley, on a round hill, are the ruins of an ancient settlement by the same name. In between the stone walls one can find water holes, tombs and an olive press, evidence of the life that has flourished here in this beautiful valley for thousands of years.
In between the houses in Clil there are many different tents, fruit tree groves and olive orchards. The village was established in 1978 as an agricultural village and if you come here around November you can find all the residents busy harvesting the family plots of olive trees.