Qatzrin (Hebrew: קצרין) is the largest town in the Golan Heights, with a population of approximately 7,000.
Qatzrin was established in 1977 as part of an Israeli program of cementing the Jewish presence in the Golan Heights, considered essential to Israel's ongoing security and territorial integrity.
- Golan Archaeological Museum.
- Katzrin ancient village
- Golan Heights Winery. Take a guided tour of the winery facilities for a fascinating insight into how the wines pressed here are produced from start to finish. Visitors can also partake in a wine tasting and purchase alcohol and other souvenirs from the gift shop.
As the primary tourist center in the Golan Heights, Qatzrin forms an ideal base for exploring nearby sites of interest, such as Gamla.