With 18 religious sects, Lebanon is rich in religious sites, of many eras, which are dotted across its map. Its rich fabric of churches, saints, mosques, religious sites and ruins, makes Lebanon the ideal place for those seeking the history of faith.
Lebanon’s remote hillsides offer a multitude of white trails perfect for snowshoeing. From December until mid-March, some years even until April, Lebanon’s remote hillsides are ideal destinations for snowshoe enthusiasts in search of pristine snow.
Perched atop the stunning Qadisha Valley, Bsharre is one of those idyllic mountain villages that looks like it’s come straight out of storybook. There are traditional red-roofed houses, panoramic views, cedar trees, and great restaurants dotted throughout the area, not to mention great skiing in the winter.
Cedar forests conserve a unique environment, embedding the cultural and historical values of the many civilizations that have crossed the eastern Mediterranean.
Akkar is a region where ancient history and rural landscapes merge. Visit this stunning northern district to escape the urban noise.
Hidden in the Koura Mountains, The Ranch is a passion project located in the small village of Kfar Hazir, just a 20-minute drive from Batroun.
Paying homage to the 1960s, Villa Chamoun is a triumph in retro cool. Here, Rony Zibara, the owner, takes us on an exclusive tour and shares the story of this magical home that’s bursting with color and positive energy.
Al Wadi Al Akhdar continues on taking us on trips to see the Lebanese greenery. After visiting Jisr El Aarous, Ammiq, Kawkaba, Chahtoul, Hammana, Jaj, and Bentael, our next stop is…
Located in the El Mellaha district of Chabtine, just an hour’s drive from Beirut, Dar Nour is a charming, traditional guesthouse that is surrounded by centuries-old oak and olive trees.