Located very close to Eilat, this is a park through a very scenic area between granite and sandstone mountains. The mountains, which were more susceptible to erosion, are now endowed with certain whimsical shapes and architectures, like mushrooms or spirals. However, the columns of Solomon are the most spectacular. There is a Night tour because many are illuminated. Historically, it was very important for the amount of copper it provided, which was exploited by the Egyptians. It's related to the historic mines of King Solomon, but there are also remains that the mines were used in the Neolithic era.
A stroll along the Charles Clore Garden when the sun is setting is one of the best ways to end the day in Tel Aviv. I went on the eve of Sabbath and there were families singing and praying while the sun set. The views of the old part of Jaffa, especially during this magic hour, are spectacular.