Dar QadishaNorth Lebanon
Dar Qadisha · Overview
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.
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.
Beit Faris wa LuciaByblos, Metn and Keserwan
Beit Faris wa Lucia · The atmosphereYou know you’ve arrived somewhere remarkable when thousands of years of history lie around every corner and you are greeted with a familiar warmth that makes you feel at home from the very first moment. Welcome to Beit Faris wa Lucia.
Zita FidarByblos, Metn and Keserwan
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).
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