The gourmet Galilee

With its magical shops and cafes, a visit to Nahariya is like a trip down memory lane.

When I was a child, way back in the 1980s, I remember going for a family vacation in Nahariya.

In those days, the city of Nahariya was regarded by most Israelis as the classy, European-like resort town in Israel, with its expansive promenade and elegant hotels brimming with tourists. My wonderful memories of eating cream cake made me decide to take a nostalgic trip there, which despite its magical shops and cafes has not managed to restore its old charm.

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