Summer just wouldn’t be the same without time spent at the beach.
Al Falamanki, the popular Lebanese café, recently opened the doors of its second branch. Located near Beirut’s iconic Raouche rock, it boasts one of the best views in the capital.
Al Falamanki recently organized a campaign to clean up the beaches of Raouche, one of Lebanon’s coastal treasures.
Jounieh is the closest city to Beirut and the landscape and beautiful bay make it well worth a full day trip.
Known for having some of the best beach clubs in the country, Batroun greets visitors with pristine blue waters and white pebble beaches.
Tyre is one of those hidden gems that makes Lebanon’s a spectacular travel destination.
Founder of NEOS Tourism consultancy and author of Eco Lebanon: Nature and rural tourism Nour Farra-Haddad gives her eco-friendly tourism tips for touring Lebanon’s coastline during the summer season 1. Island…
With its long coastline and connection to the sea, Lebanon carries a rich history when it comes to fishing. From the hidden coves of Dalieh to the coast of Batroun, fishing…
Lebanon’s historic southern city is well known for its impressive ruins and long stretch of sandy beach, but there is so much more to see. LT reveals five alternative things to…