Rosh Hanikra Beach — Recommended by Tour Guide Ayelet Bar-Meir
Rosh Hanikra Beach is the northernmost beach in the country and the walk along it brings us together with a magical landscape, coastal vegetation, and interesting history.
The route begins in the square near Rosh Hanikra, from here go down to the beach, in front of you you will see the remains of an ancient quarry and small pools of water that remained here to testify to days when it passed through trade on the kurkar ridge and in kurkar, other uses were made, such as quarrying stones for construction and mining ponds for the purpose collecting salt.
To the north is the Sulam Tzur ridge, which crosses the border between Israel and Lebanon, and the white cliff of Rosh Hanikra, which kisses the sea.
Climb the kurkar ridge and you will see beyond it the flat fencing tables made by time and waves.
Continue north and climb the small hill, the broken sea view will be revealed to your eyes and another beautiful section of the ancient quarry.
From here return from the path surrounded by vegetation to the vehicle.
Starting and ending point: Park in the parking lot near the square of Rosh Hanikra, on the service road between Rosh Hanikra and Achziv
Nature of entertainment: Suitable for small groups, families, and couples, for long entertainment
Best season: Suitable for all seasons
Distance from the vehicle: From the vehicle, start walking straight on the narrow paths inside the vegetation to the shoreline
Duration of the trip: about an hour
Nature of the walk: Walking on the sand and kurkar rocks
Payment and opening hours: Free and always open
Trail Marking Map: Number 2 – Upper Galilee
Special equipment: sandals for walking in the water