Beit Awa

Beit Awa is a colourful, lively, industrial town that has bounced back from Israeli destruction not once but three times. There are no historic buildings in the town anymore, as most of the houses have been rebuilt following Israeli attacks. Yet it is still a bustling place, essentially acting as the industrial brother to neighbouring Deir Samet.

All of the big garage doors are painted in pink and blue, adding a splash of colour to an otherwise industrial quarter. There is a big focus on large furniture warehouses, with families travelling from all around to fit out their homes. Beit Awa is located 22km west of Hebron, and 4km west of Dura.

Population: 8,064 (2007)

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What To Do

Beit Awa is an industrial town with a lot of life but no real visitor attractions. Hebron, 22km away, is a bustling city with an atmospheric Old City, market and plenty of shops and restaurants.

Where To Eat

Hebron, 22km away, has a neighbourhood, Ras al-Jora, with plenty of restaurants.

Where To Stay

There are at least four good hotels in Hebron.