The village is known for its architectural heritage, as Douma boasts hundreds of traditional houses known as National Heritage, the Mar Doumit historic church, the rock chapel of Mar Nohra, and the old traditional souks.
Douma also has an extensive natural heritage, as it is home to the karstic rocks which connect the village to Jabal EL Qaraqif, olive trees laid out at the foot of the village, and hiking trails linking Douma to Bchaaleh, Tannourine, Arz Jaj, and Laqlouq.
During summer, Douma holds its summer festival between July and August. The village also revives craftsmanship, including carpentry and ironwork, not to mention the production of a local sweet pastry called Raha.
This stunning Lebanese village is a haven worth spending more than a day in. If you plan to do so, consider visiting also the nearby sites, namely the Tannourine Cedars Forest Nature Reserve and the Bsatine El Ossit waterfall.
Here is more to enchant you and get you decided to start planning to visit Douma: