Idhna is a large town 13km west of Hebron city, with a strong agricultural focus. Crop fields and orchards fill the valley on which the town centres, providing a charming natural backdrop. The town centre is bustling and packed with shops selling groceries, clothes and more, while houses speckle the surrounding fir tree-covered hillsides.
The streets are dominated by fig trees, as well as the friendly residents who will always be up for a chat. The attractive Old Town is chaotic and cactus-covered. Idhna’s primary source of income is, understandably, agriculture.
Population: 19,357 (2007)