Nahariya is a Mediterranean city in northern Israel, stretched along a beautiful Mediterranean beach and is the northernmost coastal city in Israel.
The city of Nahariya is located 30 Km North of Haifa, on road no. 4 which connects the Western Galilee with the Tel Aviv area. You can easily reach Nahariya by public transportation either by train or by busses.
Nahariya is a popular tourist destination and an excellent starting point for excursions to all the beutiful sites and attractions of the Western Galilee and Upper Galilee, Safed and more. In Nahariya visitors can enjoy: Bielefeld Street where remains of a Byzantine church with its colorful mosaic floor were discovered; Beit Lieberman at 21 Gdud Street in the city’s south, built around 1860, which houses the Nahariya Historical Museum; the botanical and zoological garden at Ben Ga’on Street; and the wonderful playground near the beach.
You can also take advantage of the many accommodations available in Nahariya, there are a variety of hotels, boarding houses and Zimmer guest rooms.
Nahariya’s proximity to the long beach boasts a wonderful promenade lined with restaurants and coffee houses. An open bathing beach runs along the promenade, and nearby are lawns and playground equipment.
The promenade extends southward till the edge of Acre, and is good for walks. Diving fans will be interested in the popular spot with the remnants of the Kidon missile boat at the bottom of the sea.
Nature lovers and others will enjoy the sites and beautiful nature reserves in the surrounding area, including Akhziv, The Bahai Gardens, Betset Beach and Rosh Ha-Nikra.