Upper Galilee and the Golan

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  • 1. De Karina Chocolate Boutique

    Selling treats for the young and young at heart, De Karina was founded by a third-generation chocolatier from Argentina. Try the Mount Hermon—milk-chocolate cones topped by white-chocolate "snow." Call in advance for chocolate-making workshops.

    Off Rte. 91, 1242600, Israel
    04-699–3622

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sat.
  • 2. Safed Candles

    This place has grown from a one-room workshop to a huge space filled with the pleasant aroma of beeswax and the bright colors of hand-decorated Sabbath, Havdalah, and Hanukkah candles.

    62 HaAri St., 1320943, Israel
    04-682–2068
  • 3. Safed Craft Pottery

    Creative stoneware, porcelain, and ceramics can be found in Daniel Flatauer's studio and shop in the Old City. His salt-fire glazes are especially worth noting. The artist, who came to Tzfat from England, is welcoming and helpful.

    63 Yud Alef St., 1320195, Israel
    ‪04-697–4970-‬

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sat.
  • 4. Sheva Chaya Glassblowing Gallery

    Colorado-born Sheva Chaya's blown-glass sculptures and vibrant watercolors are meant to evoke the beauty of the land and its people. The artist offers demonstrations of her work and explains how it relates to Kabbalah, but you can also just poke around her studio.

    7 Tet Vav St., 1320195, Israel
    050-430–5107

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sat.
  • 5. The Well

    Sigal Eshet-Shafat and her husband, Inbar, used to sell typical handicrafts, but it turned out that their jams, sauces, and liqueurs were what attracted customers. The on-site shop lets you sample the store's many unique delights. The onion jam is a favorite for both dairy and meat dishes.

    HaRishonim St., 1200000, Israel
    04-693–0020
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