The Haifa Crown jewelery for tourism is undoubtedly the Bah Bahai Gardens which are part of the Bah World World Center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These beautiful gardens are a place of pilgrimage for members of the Bah'ai Faith and are located on sloping
terraces on Mount Carmel to the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. At the bottom of the gardens is the German Colony of Haifa, with its beautiful streets of restored buildings from the Templar era. The main street of the German colony runs directly from the bottom
of the gardens to the coast and is lined with restaurants and cafes.
The Stella Maris Monastery or Carmelite Monastery of the Carmelites for monks is a 19th century Carmelite monastery located on the slopes of Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel.
Elijah's cave is a cave where the prophet Elijah took refuge during a wilderness journey. In the Book of Kings, Elijah traveled 40 days and nights, when he lodged in the cave on Mount Horeb for overnight.
Haifa Port is the largest of Israel's three major international ports, which include Ashdod Port and Eilat Port. It has a natural deep water port which operates all year round and serves both passenger and commercial vessels.
Haifa has two main beaches. Bat Galim Beach is a favorite with water sports enthusiasts. Windsurfers and kiteboarding take the waves on sunny days, and here you will find water sports operators who rent equipment and give lessons. Hof HaCarmel beach is for
relaxing on the beach.
Beit Shearim: This fascinating archeological site, recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is particularly remarkable for the impressive catacombs.