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Rosh Pina’s unique features mean it has something for everyone.

By MEITAL SHARABI
August 17, 2017 15:17
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A HEARTY vegan meal at the Gad guest house.

A HEARTY vegan meal at the Gad guest house.. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI/ GADI VITNER-ORSIANO)

 
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At the height of summer, looking for a refuge from the heat and our screaming kids, we set out for Rosh Pina, the first and fascinating Galilean moshava. Even on the days where there’s heavy traffic at the country’s tourist sites, Rosh Pina always offers a pleasant break for couples.

Known for its impressive stone houses and smooth winding streets, Rosh Pina presents visitors – locals and foreigners – with an extraordinary combination of nature landscapes and urban scenes, with a thrilling history alongside a passionate arts scene. Add romantic cottages and endless tranquility, and you get the perfect destination. Obviously, other than finding refuge there, Rosh Pina and its area are perfect for nature hiking, or as a stop on the way to the Golan Heights or Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee).

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