Drive along the western shore of the Sea of Galilee to Rosh Pina, one of the first communities established by the early Zionists settlers, for a taste of rural life in the Galilee. Enjoy a meal at in one of the many fine country-style eateries that dot this picturesque community.
A special treat is the chocolate factory in the restored part of Rosh Pina, located in the 19th -century one-room school house.
Proceed to Safed (Tzefat), one of the four holy cities in Israel and the home of Lurianic Kabalah (a branch of Jewish mysticism conceived by the 16-century Rabbi Isaac Luria).Stroll along the lanes of Safed’s old city, visiting its many synagogues and its unique artist’s colony.
Visit Hameiri Dairy - The first dairy in the country (Phone: 04-6921431:http://www.hameiri-cheese.co.il/Menu/EnglishVersion/Default.htm)
Return to central Israel, stopping in the late afternoon at Caesarea, Herod’s magnificent port city. Enjoy a tour, a beautiful Mediterranean sunset, and a meal at one of the restaurants or cafes in the restored area within the 11th-century walled city.