Ganot Hadar

Ganot Hadar (Hebrew: גַּנּוֹת הָדָר, lit. Citrus Gardens) is a communal settlement in central Israel. Located in the Sharon plain, it falls under the jurisdiction of Lev HaSharon Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 682.

The village was founded in 1954 and was designated for immigrants from South Africa. Its name was derived from the surrounding groves.

Lev HaSharon Regional Council
Moshavim
  • Azri'el
  • Bnei Dror
  • Ein Sarid
  • Ein Vered
  • Geulim
  • Herut
  • Kfar Hess
  • Kfar Yabetz
  • Mishmeret
  • Nitzanei Oz
  • Nordia
  • Porat
  • Sha'ar Efraim
  • Tnuvot
  • Tzur Moshe
  • Yanuv
Communal settlements
Other villages
  • Kfar Avoda

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