Isrotel Hotels
Choose Hotel


  • The city of Safed, with its numerous resting places of tzadikim, ancient synagogues and cemeteries where some of the greatest religious figures in Jewish history are buried, is a well- known place of pilgrimage for those tourists seeking a spiritual/religious experience.

    However, the city itself has a range of other engaging attractions to offer – from museums to tours of the colorful market.

    A short drive away from Mitzpe Hayamim you can enjoy a assortment of art galleries, tours of local dairies and wineries, visit local studios and participate in creative workshops.

    We recommend visiting Safed’s Old City, to experience its vibrant maze of alleys, hidden stone courtyards, the secular and religious artwork sold alongside one another and, of course, to taste the abundance of local flavors which are an inseparable part of the city.