Visitor's Center and Info Center in the backgroundThe complex (see the header - guide map to visitors- to get an idea), comprises an indoor food market (rather crowded and stuffy for my taste) placed under several residential towers - and a fairly big open space with little streets named after army generals , an urban park with grass lawns and flower beds, spots for picnics, for public events, and of course, children's playgrounds.
entrance to indoor market
indoor cake stand and vegetable stand
indoor bakery products
There's also a visitor's center , an information center, an olive oil press, an underground cave built by the templars as a wine press, a nice W.C. structure. (I haven't seen though any cool water facilities which in summer are a must).
It was a bit cloudy outside when I visited there, and yet things around looked bright and colorful.
outside the cafeteria with flowers and music