Rosh Pina is a small city with a population of only 3 thousand people. It is located on the north of Israel, in the Upper Galilee not far from Safed. Located on a hill, it is overlooking Hula Valley and the mount Hermon.
Rosh Pina was founded by the Romanian immigrants in 1884. The old part of the city resembles the city of Safed - its roads covered with paving stones accompanied by yellow stones of its houses, and all this is covered with flowers and plants - classical North Israel style.
Rosh Pina attracts lots of tourists, including Israelis, with its tranquility, country-side ambiance, and of course with its incredible view to the snow-capped mount of Hermon.