Moshav Segula is located to the north of Qiryat Gat, and south of Qiryat Mal'akhi, on route 3553 heading east from route 40 (Kastina junction – Plugot junction).
The meaning of the name is : an object of desire, a precious asset, a treasured possession, as God said to the Children of Israel: “and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession.”
(Exodus, chapter 19, verse 5)..
The moshav was founded on May 19 1953, as part of the “from the town to the country” movement. It belongs to the Moshav Movement.
The moshav has around 500 inhabitants and is undergoing expansion.
Most of the inhabitants work outside the moshav.
The farmers on the moshav engage in the growing of flowers, fruit, field crops, wine grapes and eating grapes.
Small businesses have also developed on the moshav: a metal workshop, carpentry shop, breeding farm and animal food center, art studio, alternative medicine etc.
Ziyudim – a center for equipment for hikers and cyclists.
Osnat Gallery (formerly Itsuvim) – paintings, arts items and jewelry.
LED – handmade lighting fixtures, made of wood, glass and ceramic.
The moshav takes care of its natural surroundings, and invests in gardening, cleanliness and quality of life.
In recent years the moshav has invested resources in developing sporting infrastructures and in the installation of modern facilities.
The moshav has a swimming pool, day center, kindergarten, store, children’s and youth club, senior citizens’ club, extra-curricular activity center, synagogue and library.
Moshav Segula has a reputation as a culinary center, and has 3 wonderful restaurants which are run by top chefs: Kramim, Armonim and Netan'el.