Dhinnaba is a large village in the Tulkarem governorate remarkable for its multitude of brightly coloured houses lining the main streets. Its strong agricultural focus is evident from the well-kept greenhouses and the fields of crops surrounding the village. Dhinnaba is spacious, with big roads and a well-developed infrastructure. There is still a charming Old Town which is constantly decked out with rows of flowers. In the valley below the village, a cluster of modern, stylish apartment blocks have begun to spring up.

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What To Do

Don’t be afraid to try one of the delicious figs and other fruits growing in abundance on trees spread throughout the village. The Old Town is a charming and enjoyable place to take a stroll, whilst there are some small shops in the village centre.

Nearby Kofr Rumman is a fairytale village and neighbouring Tulkarem is a surprisingly attractive city with a lively buzz.

Nablus, to the south, is a heaving city with a fascinating sheltered market, as well as some beautiful churches and excellent archaeological sites. The excavated Roman town at Sebastiya is also not to be missed.

Where To Eat

There are several place to find a meal on nearby Anabta’s bustling high street, from fried chicken to the falafel vendor. Head to a city such as Tulkarem or Nablus for a greater range of restaurants.

Where To Stay

There is a decent range of accommodation hotels in Nablus and several up north in Jenin, but a much more expansive range further south in the more modern and lively Ramallah.