10 coastal regions you must visit in Lebanon!

It’s time to visit the coast and enjoy the weather!


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is Lebanon’s version of Santorini! It is famous for the small white and blue houses on the coast!


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Batroun is one of the oldest cities in the world. The Phoenicians built a wall in the sea to protect themselves from tidal waves.


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Byblos, or Jbeil, is the first city of Phoenicia, an ancient civilization. It is one of the 

20 oldest cities in the world

. The city has been 

continuously inhabited

 ever since it has been established in 5,000 B.C. The first inscription in the Phoenician alphabet was found on the sarcophagus of Ahiram who was the Phoenician king of Byblos!


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Chekka is a popular getaway destination! You have all you need there: an amazing view, a relaxing environment, golden beaches, pools, and great food!

El Mina

El Mina is one of Lebanon’s oldest cities, alongside Byblos, Tyre and Sidon.


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Jiyeh is a popular summer destination!


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The beaches of Naqoura are out of this world! If you’re into cliff jumping, you know where to go!


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, or Sidon, is one of the oldest cities in Lebanon. Modern Saida hides a lot of gems! By merging history, delicious food, and interesting places to visit, this great city in Lebanon touches the heart of every person who visits it!


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is the second largest city in Lebanon. The name comes from the Greek ‘Tripolis’ meaning ‘three cities.’ It’s a place where history, culture, and food meet!


Tyre is among the 

world’s 20 oldest cities

. A Phoenician city that dates back to 2,750 B.C., Tyre is where you can find historical and natural wonders. One of its main sites is a hippodrome which is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. The Phoenicians discovered the purple dye in Tyre in 1570 BC.

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