The majority of the West Galilee Coast in Israel is set against the Mediterranean Sea. From the remote beaches of West Galilee to Tel Aviv, the Mediterranean Coast of Israel is beautiful and diverse. It is home to the most populous area of Israel, and is a bustling hub of urban, cultural, leisure, and economic activities.
The Mediterranean Coast starts in the north near the Lebanon border and as you head south you can find the major port city of Haifa. The northern border is also home to Rosh HaNikra, fascinating cliffside caves and famous for its grottoes. A walking trail, accessible only by cable car, is one of the steepest in the world. Further to the south you will find the kibbutz hotel of Moshavim, small deserted coves, and huge expanses of remote beaches. Eventually you will find the city of Haifa with its famous Bahai Gardens, which slope down to Mount Carmel and the cities of Caesarea and Herzliya.
Whether you choose to fly and drive to the Mediterranean Coast of Israel or come by other means, the area is full of cultural sites, leisure activities, and beautiful beaches. Kibbutzim hotels in Israel near the Mediterranean Coast include Nir Etzion, Nahsholim, and Dor Holiday Village.