Very close to the Israel-Egyptian border, Ezuz is a small agricultural community with a unique story. After the site was abandoned during the Six-Day War, an incredibly select group of families established Ezuz in the mid-1980s who continue to run the community today. Ezuz sits hilltop with an extraordinary view of the Negev Desert scenery, however, this is far from Ezuz’s only appeal. The town is actually constructed, in part, by unusual materials such as old train carriages, buses & other recycled supplies. Spend your day in Ezuz exploring all this eccentric artist town has to offer!