The fascinating tourist attraction of Rosh Hanikra is located at the most north-western corner of Israel on the border with Lebanon. The only point in the country where the sea meets the mountains. It stands on a steep cliff that descends into the Mediterranean Sea and its rugged coastline.
The place is famous for its famous grottoes, which in their majestic beauty may well compete with the "Blue Grotto" in Capri. The cable car takes us deep down to the edge of the shore and leads us into a cave labyrinth with passageways into the open sea. The waves crashing into the grottoes crash against the walls and their rocky bases. The roar of the sea, raging at your feet under the arches of the cave, the game of light and shadow - all this creates a fantastic picture. Visiting the grottoes when the sea is rough is especially impressive.