Falougha, which name’s Syriac origin means separate or divide, has two intersecting winter rivers creating a freshwater source. That’s in addition to its breathtaking Lamartine Valley. orchards. pine trees, and more.
The village still preserves a traditional 19th-century feel with its traditional Lebanese red-tiled stone houses and old seraglio reflecting Italian influence, making it a great area to visit with your friends!
Located just 25 minutes away from Beirut, the Soha Village Resort is where you can stay overnight surrounded by a rustic ambiance and enjoying gorgeous sunset sceneries and views. (For more info, contact the resort on 03 345 008}.