About Rosh Pina
Rosh Pina or Rosh Pinna is a town of approximately 1,800 people located in the Upper Galilee on the eastern slopes of Mount Kna'an in the Northern District of Israel. The town with the current name was founded in 1881 by thirty families who immigrated from Romania, making it one of the oldest Zionist settlements in Israel. It was preceded at the same location by the settlement of Gei Oni ("Valley of My Strength"), established by local Jews from Safed in 1878, which had been however almost fully abandoned by 1881. Mitzpe HaYamim, a world-class spa, is located on a mountainside in Rosh Pinna. The Baron Rothschild' gardens. The gardens were designed by a French landscape architect and planted in 1886. Many plants such as Bougainvillea and pine trees were brought from France.