If you’re not in the mood for man2oush, there are many places to eat excellent foul w hummus, such as Abou Sa3id.
#3 Go kayaking in the Sea
In addition to kayaking, there are always many boats waiting to take tourists on boat rides. You can even get a tour around the nearby islands.
#4 Take a boat ride to Rabbit’s Island
El-Mina has nine islands. The most famous one is Palm Island, locally known as Rabbit’s Island. It is the largest of three Islands of the Palm Islands Nature Reserve.
#5 Take a stroll over the sea to the nearest island
If you don’t plan on swimming or taking a boat ride, you can enjoy a leisurely walk to the nearest Island, Abdul Wahab Island. There’s a bridge built over the sea that takes you there where you can enjoy the sights of deers, rabbits, ducks, and swans.
In this coastal town, you will have the best seafood in northern Lebanon. Tripoli and El-Mina are known for its samka harra specialty, so be sure to ask for that! Or you can simply have a seafood sandwich that won’t disappoint.
El-Mina is an old charming town, and touring the old alleys and streets is always captivating. You will notice some renovations and a combination between the old and the new, making the whole scene so photogenic!
You’ll definitely meet friendly locals and will instantly notice the diversity. Since it’s a small town, everyone knows everyone, and they can tell when they have a visitor. Some may even offer to take you on a tour!
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