Nahariyya (Hebrew: נַהֲרִיָּה, also transliterated Nahariya, occasionally Naharia) is a small city with a population of 50,000 on the far North Coast of Israel.


Aerial photo of Nahariyya

Nahariyya was founded in 1934 by German Jews fleeing Nazi oppression.

Get in

Nahariyya forms the northern terminus of the coastal railway line. Additionally, buses run from Haifa (Nateev Express route numbers 271, 272).

Get around

Gaaton river canal flowing through Nahariyya

A tourist map is available here .


The boardwalk is quaint and well kept. Follow the main street, HaGa'aton, to the sea, and enjoy walking or bicycle riding along the board walk.


Sunset at Nahariyya beach
Nahariyya beach from sea

Dive Ship Wrecks ,the Akhziv canyon and Rosh HaNikra grottoes.




Mosaic at the byzantine church in Nahariya


Go next

Routes through Nahariyya

' Rosh Haniqra  N  S  Akko Haifa

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