Zanzoun · The placeWhile the older residences of Beirut are often evoked with nostalgia, there remain a few hidden pearls scattered across Beirut, waiting to be discovered. Zanzoun is one such example; a haven in the heart of Mar Mikhael. Walking into its garden is an encounter with the Beirut of the past.
Beit DoumaNorth Lebanon
Beit Douma · OverviewPerched 1,000 meters above the sea in the area of Batroun, Beit Douma enjoys a commanding view over the mountain and its splendid olive groves. The restored 19th-century Lebanese villa first impresses by its imposing stone façade, tall arched windows and vaulted ceilings.
Beit El NessimNorth Lebanon
Beit El Nessim · OverviewOnce in Tripoli, on your way to Beit El Nessim, you will stroll the old streets of Al Mina, near the seaside, walk along old houses, peaceful small shops, meet street vendors of orange and carrot juice, pastries and fruits, and greet shop owners, barbers, tailors and children playing joyfully.
Abdelli TerracesNorth Lebanon
Abdelli Terraces · OverviewOverlooking mountains and sea, vineyards and agricultural terraces, forests and valleys, Abdelli is a small village breathing with thousands of years of culture and history. The grey stones of traditional Lebanese houses dot the scenery, reminiscent of a farming village abandoned during the First World War.
Zita FidarByblos District
Zita Fidar · An overviewA quiet retreat, a cliff overlooking Mediterranean waters, the sound of waves hitting the rocks, an architectural landmark: we have just described Zita Fidar, an ideal escape a stone’s throw away from the historic city of Jbeil (Byblos).
We believe in a tourism that extends to Lebanon’s many, diverse regions. A tourism that introduces travellers to the women, men, and projects that weave our social and cultural fabric; one that is based on human experiences, mutual enrichment, and respect for the environment.