The history of Amuka goes back to the Mishna and Talmud period. (The centuries following the destruction of the Jerusalem temple by the Romans.) The settlement then located here was called Kfar Amiko. The crusaders mentioned a Jewish village near Safed, and the sixteenth century traveler Moshe Basula described Amuka as follows: “On horseback from Safed I went to explore the surroundings. There is the village of Amooka. The name is completely true - it is like a hollow between the hills. " Indeed, Amuka is located above the valleys of the Galilee and offers breathtaking views.