Sawfar 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.
This village is famous for being calm; that’s why it is visited by thousands of tourists in summer!
If you need a break from your busy life, go straight to Sawfar!
Sawfar looks like a piece of art in the fall!
The region perfectly witnesses all four seasons, which makes Sawfar a favorite destination for nature lovers!
Summers are dry, whereas the temperature drops below zero in winter times.
The authentic Lebanese houses are eye-catching!
In the 19th and 20th centuries, Sawfar was a favorite summer destination for Beirut’s elites.
The region was full of ravishing villas, among them the beautiful Donna Maria Sursock Residence.
The residence was looted during the civil war and is currently inhabited.
The view of the clouds above the valley is spectacular!
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