Sanur is an attractive village which boasts an 18th century fortress at its core. The Sanur citadel certainly brings in the tourists from Jenin city, 27km to the north, but in reality the village itself is just as noteworthy.
An old street winds its way up a steep hill towards the citadel, passing charming homes and alleyways, arches and domed roofs. The old core of Sanur surrounds the citadel remains. Residents of Sanur do hold out hope that the citadel will be restored to its former glory when funds are available. Meanwhile, there are stunning views out across undulating, olive tree-laden countryside around almost every corner. There are a few small shops selling groceries and one fresh falafel vendor.
Population: 4,067 (2007)