Mas'ha, Palestine


Mas’ha is an industrial hub for the villages in the Salfit area. Numerous businesses and shops line its long, wide and buzzing central street. There are garages, building supplies warehouses, large storage facilities and much more all bustling for attention on this lively stretch, which appears to be booming.

Brightly coloured houses fill the streets leading away from the main industrial road, while the village is surrounded by olive groves on all sides.

Population: 2,003 (2007)

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What To Do

Journeying up the main street provides a real sense of positive industrial activity, driving the villages in the area forwards. This is a hub of life, not aesthetically pretty, but something about the sight of businesses lining the road is deeply pleasing.

Where To Eat

There are at least a few places to pick up a sandwich, kebab or snack in Mas’ha, which is buzzing with activity and people. Otherwise, head to Salfit, Ramallah or Nablus for a greater variety.

Where To Stay

Mas’ha is 37km southwest of Nablus.