Deir El Ahmar is a town located 100 km from Beirut and 22 km northwest of Baalbek in the Bekaa Valley. It is believed its name originated from the Aramaic Deir Ohmor, the Monastery of the Lord’s Brother.
With its bountiful farms, breathtaking scenery and vineyards, you’ll find the pretty village of Taanayel to be a haven that can be visited all year long.
The idyllic village of Kfour is nestled on the side of the mountains overlooking the bay of Jounieh, offering an incomparable view of the coast.
If you appreciate the rugged terrain and nature walks within Lebanon’s majestic forests, you must visit Ain Dara in the district of Aley.
Rechmaya is a traditional Lebanese village surrounded by green mountains and is known for its abundance in water, fertility of its lands, its moderate climate round the year, and its cool, breezy summers.
Standing in the heart of South Lebanon, Cana is considered by some to be the biblical village of Cana of Galilee, where Christ performed his first miracle.
Having played an important historical role as the seat of the Emirs, Deir El Qamar an ideal place to spend time in nature and see Lebanon’s past firsthand.
Tripoli is Lebanon’s second largest city and provides visitors with a great Middle Eastern vibe. Wander around the winding market places and historical sites and you’ll soon find yourself falling for its charm.
Menjez is a small village 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 name Menjez means “hidden treasure” in Syriac, which is accurate given the village’s interesting ancient archaeological sites.
The city of Anjar is famous for its strong Armenian ties and its stunning Umayyad ruins that are unique in Lebanon. Set among magnificent mountains, it is a perfect example of an exciting retreat boasting a rich history.