Perched on a hilltop 800m above the sea, the northern village of Miziara is home to unusual houses in Lebanon, including one made out of an old airplane.
Located in the Bekaa Valley, Zahle is Lebanon’s third largest city and a hub in the region. The city is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is renowned for producing a large share of Lebanon’s wine, arak and poetry.
Nestled between the glitzy Wadi Abou Jmil neighborhood and the more authentic area of Wardieh, Clemenceau is serenely quiet, historically charged and bursting with hidden treasures.
Set in the heart of the Batroun mountains, Douma bears all the hallmarks of a traditional Lebanese village with its quaint houses, streets and market.
Disconnect from everyday life with a break at Bkerzay in the stunning Shouf to enjoy nature, history and time-old traditions.
Famous for its hilly terrain, Qsarnaba is a town in the Baalbeck District of Lebanon where visitors can witness traditional agricultural practices, including the extraction of rose water.
Religious anthropologist, researcher and tourism consultant Nour Farra-Haddad takes us on a trip to Maqam El Nabi Ayyoub in Niha.
It is not surprising that Baskinta means “house of serenity” in Syriac. Visitors quickly feel at peace and at home in this charming village.
Offering locals and tourists the opportunity to enjoy warm hospitality in more authentic surroundings, we wander around Al Haush in the beautiful Bekaa.
An oasis of greenery and waterfalls, Barouk is a village steeped in history. Its beautiful landscapes and relaxed atmosphere have made it a popular year-round destination.