His traditional burial place lies in the ancient Jewish cemetery in Haifa, on Yaffa Street. Travelers and pilgrims from the Middle Ages noted his grave site. Spanish pilgrim Isaac Chelo (1333) wrote:
"Haifa sits opposite Mt. Carmel and is the birthplace of Rav Avdimi d’min Haifa. In this city there is a community famous for its piety. And all who travel to the Holy Land come to visit the Jewish cemetery, because therein lays [sic] buried many of the wise men of Israel..."