Rosh Hanikra grottoes are one of the factors that gave Rosh Hanikra the needed recognition and makes it a place of attraction for both tourists and locals. It is a cavernous tunnel built by the British in 1968. The tunnel’s branches are built in different directions and have some interconnecting segments. It is said to be about 400 meters in length.
If you are looking for where to spend some hours while enjoying the cool embrace of the atmosphere as well as the unique landscape, the grotto is your best option.
Also, to make things easier for visitors, a cable car was built. The cable car is designed to take visitors from the cliff to the tunnel so that they can have a better view of the place. The cable car holds a world record of being the steepest with a gradient of 60 degrees!