From the architect of One World Trade Center in New York and the Jewish Museum in Berlin comes an unlikely vanity project – which could destroy coral reef, warn experts
A strip of beach designated as a closed military zone has become the last refuge for Ocypode cursor, a species of ghost crab which has disappeared from other beaches in the area
Scott, performing at the upcoming Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat, represents jazz’ place in popular music, 'which is better now than it used to be,' he says
Your guide to ice-skating in Israel
Shoreline had been closed off, under the control of the controversial Eilat-Ashkelon Pipeline Company, a joint historical venture between the state and Iran during the Shah's reign
Firefighters and police cite distance from potential reinforcements in stating need for extensive presence at new Timna airport
'Tough' corals in Gulf of Aqaba could survive the longest in warming seas, but only if pollution doesn't kill them first
Eilat is home to Israel’s one and only coral reef, which is quite the tourism magnet
Dozens of hikers rescued from flooded areas in the Eilat mountains.
Islamic State-aligned news agency announced that ISIS affiliate fired several Grad rockets toward the Red Sea resort.