Even if you aren’t a fan of archeology, you ought to visit the Memoire Du Temps (Memory of Time) museum. You will be fascinated by displayed fossils that reportedly “survived 100 million years of history.”
Byblos Port is a beautiful ancient port. It is reportedly believed to be one of the oldest ports in the world. It is a stunning site with charming alleys, houses, restaurants, and full of boats. A great spot for memorable photos.
Experience the amazing view of the Roman Theatre in Byblos, where only a third of the theatre has survived to this day. The reconstructed remains of the theatre are now situated by Byblos shore. It is a breathtaking spot that could easily make you imagine past eras.
Lebanon offers glorious summer sunsets, and Byblos is no different. The city has many sunset bars by the sea where you can socialize around a drink basking in the amber colors of sunset and the sea breeze.
Kina Handcrafted Bar is one of these chill spots with a rustic setting where you can hang out at sunset. It is strictly 21+. For more info, contact 76 138 805.
You may also enjoy Byblos beach with a budget, or none whatsoever, by heading to the Byblos’ public beach to swim in its stunning blue water, take a relaxing stroll along its sandy beach, and catch a lovely tan.
You can’t visit Byblos without trying its reputable fresh seafood. You may do so at one of the city’s many restaurants, like Bab El Mina in the port. It opens from 12:00 pm until 12:30 am and you may contact the restaurant on 03 540 475 for more info.
Don’t miss Byblos’ nightlife at the pubs of the Old Souks