Meander between the olive trees of the region, view the lush agricultural valleys and climb the steep hill to reach the Castle of Sanur.
After exiting Arraba, the trail leads through Palestinian countryside passing next to the site of Tell Dothan or Bir al-Hafire, as it is called in Arabic (meaning a well of an archaeological site). A gaping stone well harks back to the story of Joseph. According to oral tradition, in those fields his brothers seized him and threw him into a deep cistern, later to be sold to a passing tribe of Egypt-bound, Midianite merchants.
Further on, a gravel path leads through a grove of ancient olive trees towards a steep hill covered with a colorful mosaic of various buildings. Most of the structures seem to be modern and simple, except from one – a compound situated on the peak of the hill – the Palace of Sanur.