Rosh Hanikra is on the Mediterranean coast right at the Lebanese border.
The main attraction is a set of caves and grottoes carved out by the sea in the cliffs that can be reached by cable car. It is a real experience to explore the beautiful caves and feel the sea roaring into the grottoes.
Visit the sound and light show, walk on the sea promenade and learn about the history of the “Night of the Bridges.”
There is also a promenade along the coast along the pre-State train track route to Damascus – with plenty of history and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Rosh Hanikra has partial access for the handicapped – see the site link below for more details. Rosh Hanikra is an exciting location for children and is also recommended for photographers.
Opening hours 0900 – 1800 (1600 in the winter) with early closing on Fridays.
See also Rosh Hanikra.
Drive up road 4 until you can’t go any further!