In the heart of Peki’in, near the old synagogue with a mountainous and green landscape, sits a workshop and visitors center, which eventually became a center of pilgrimage, a synonym for women’s empowerment and a one-of-a-kind fusion. The building where the workshop center is located is also the home of the old family and its story is woven into the story of Safaa. Its head in the sky and its roots are planted deep in the ground just like the ancient mulberry tree, which grows surprisingly indoors on the ground floor in the visitor center, rises up 3 floors and stretches until its head peeks out from the top floor. From its sweet fruits, Safaa makes jams that are known for their taste throughout Peki’in.
In the visitors’ center – a store that sells the soaps and scented candles that Safaa produces and adds about 20 types of scents in a wide variety of colors and shapes. Each session at the Safaa Visitor Center begins with a tour of the large and spacious house and light refreshments, by prior arrangement: homemade cheese, arrangements of fruit trays, sambusak, manakish, homemade jams and of course coffee. In addition, the Safaa Visitor Center offers a tour of the picturesque streets of Peki’in and a meeting with the people of Peki’in and the hidden secrets, beyond the familiar and the known.