Visit these 10 quiet places in Lebanon when you need a break from it all - The961

Visit these 10 quiet places in Lebanon when you need a break from it all

We all need a break from time to time!

Baakline River

A post shared by Jad Massabni (@jadmassabni) on

Located in Chouf, Baakline is a picturesque village that overlooks Deir El Qamar. It is mostly famous for its natural heritage including a breathtaking river. It's an attractive destination for adventurers and people who want to relax.


A post shared by Sally (@sallysmileyy) on

It's one of the best swimming destinations in Lebanon!

Dar Bistro & Books

Location: Hamra



is an authentic Lebanese village in North Lebanon. It is abundant in olive trees, grapevines, and apple trees.

La Maison de la Forêt

La Maison de la Forêt is a communal eco-touristic site and a perfect escape from your busy life. It is located within Bkassine's pine forest which is the biggest pine forest in Lebanon.


A post shared by Meghrak (@meghrak) on

Meghrak is a magnificent hidden spot in Batroun! It’s a small non-profit eco-tourist project where you can enjoy a walk, organize a picnic, or camp under the stars! This place looks like it’s straight out of a fairy tale book.


A post shared by eSandy (@esandyraafat) on

Location: Pharaon Street

Qadisha Valley

Wadi Qadisha

, which means Holy Valley, is a gorge that lies within the Bcharre and Zgharta districts in Northern Lebanon. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the ruins in Anjar, the Temple of Bacchus, Byblos, and Tyre.



is a Lebanese village in Aley. The Lamartine Valley, which is named after the renowned French poet who visited Lebanon, separates Sawfar from Matn. The region offers an amazing view of the district.

Tannourine Cedar Forests Reserve



in Tannourine protects one of the largest cedar forests in Lebanon. You can hike and bird watch there. Also, one may enjoy the richness of this reserve which comprises birds, insects, mushrooms, and flowers.

Share on Facebook