Caesarea village is a communal settlement on the Mediterranean coast of Israel, north and east of the ancient Caesarea of Palestine. It was founded in 1977.  The distinctive features of Caesarea are the single-story individual buildings (villas and cottages) and the high incomes of its inhabitants.

The village is home to:
- The Rally Museum
- Israel's first golf course and golf club (1961)
- the Dan Caesarea Hotel
- The Byzantine period mosaic floor of the house, with paintings of birds and other animals.

To the east of the Tel Aviv-Haifa highway, on the outskirts of Pardes Hana, is the Caesarea Industrial Park, which includes the Merkavim bus plant.