Gladys · OverviewIt is always difficult to turn one’s back to the sea — unless it’s in search of a better view of it. The coastal road just after the southern city of Saida (Sidon) leads you to Gladys’ home. As you drive along, buildings give way to hills. Olive and orange trees appear, forming a natural guard of honor that leads the way to a tiny white house. It will not take long for it to feel like your very own home, but you don’t know that yet.
Dar Al AchrafiehBeirut
Dar Al AchrafiehIn the heart of one of Beirut’s oldest neighborhoods sits Dar Al Achrafieh, an exquisite home built in 1929. With its Art Deco furnishings and painted high ceilings, this rare gem remains a living piece of the city’s memory, preserved by one of its most steadfast admirers, Jamil.
Beit Al BatrounNorth Lebanon
Beit Al Batroun · OverviewThe route meanders through plush hills overlooking the Mediterranean and the old town of Batroun. With every turn, the scenery takes on more vivid shades of green. The journey moves steadily from an asphalted road to a steeper, graveled path.
A journey up north
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.