Located in Koura, Anfeh is a famous destination in summer. It is also known for looking like Greece due to the small white and blue houses on the coast!
Anfeh is among the 11 Phoenician cities and towns that still exist today in Lebanon. In fact, this region is built on the ruins of cities that did not last long.
The remains of these civilizations include Phoenician and Roman walls, wine presses, mosaics, places of worship, caves, water tanks, and steps.
Anfeh is home to Saydet El Rih church, which is the first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary in the East.
This Byzantine church is believed to be built by the fisherman and the sailors of Anfeh so that Mary would protect them during their trips in the Mediterranean Sea.
This northern city is also characterized by its salt marshes and wind turbines.
You should definitely eat seafood in Anfeh! After all, it’s the region’s specialty!
Anfeh is also one of the best places to go swimming in Lebanon. The water is crystal-clear!
Other activities include diving and surfing!
You can also hike along the coast and discover archaeological remains!
Add Anfeh to your ultimate travel bucket list!