Saida is one of Lebanon’s most charming and picturesque destinations. Even though this southern city is just 45km south of Beirut, many Lebanese have never ventured down to visit.
Lebanon has some incredible religious sites where spirituality and architecture converge. We explore five mosques around the country that will leave you in awe.
With a winding old marketplace, a seaside castle and a strong Lebanese heritage, Saida is easily one of Lebanon’s most delightful destinations.
Saida’s magnificent Debbane Palace is one of the few remaining examples of Ottoman architecture in the city.
Religious anthropologist and researcher Nour Farra-Haddad takes us on a tour around Saint Nicolas’s Greek Catholic Episcopate Cathedral in Saida.
Building boats for the fishermen in Lebanon, one modest workshop in the southern city of Saida continues the ancient traditional practice.
If these temple walls could speak, they would tell a million stories. We go on an adventure with biodiversity conservationist Elsa Sattout.
With the support of the Ministry of Tourism, we take a look around Saida’s fragrant Soap Museum.
Despite being a relatively new addition to the country’s list of festivals, Sidon International Festival (SIF) has quickly established itself as one not to miss.
More than twenty rivers in Lebanon run through deep gorges, reaching the sea or underground reservoirs.