Religious anthropologist Nour Farra-Haddad takes us on a trip to one of Lebanon’s newest pilgrimage sites: the Ijdabra Cross in rural Batroun.
Akkar is a region where ancient history and rich rural landscapes fuse together.
Menjez is a small village of about 450 persons located in the far north of Lebanon, close to the Syrian border. Perched at an altitude of 350m above sea level, it is located 127km from Beirut.
The Hassouns are a Lebanese family who have produced soaps and oils for over 600 years. We learn more about their eco-village dedicated to soap making.
El Heri in Ras Al Chekka now has a stunning new museum. The newly-opened Nabu Museum is now home to hundreds of regional artifacts and modern artworks.
Hidden between walled gardens in El Mina, Tripoli, lies a guesthouse of historic proportions. What was once the private home of a beloved physician is now an unlikely sanctuary.
Perched on a hilltop 800m above the sea, the northern village of Miziara is home to some of the most unusual houses in the country.
Located in Kfarhata, North Lebanon, LipHe is a pretty retreat surrounded by olive and pine trees, where guests can focus on their health while enjoying the serenity of nature.
Nestled in the Batroun District, Tannourine boasts a wonderful ecosystem and historical treasures hidden in every corner.
Artist Layal Khawly may now live in Beirut and exhibit abroad, but she has never forgotten her childhood in her hometown of Chadra in Akkar.