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Things to do in Batroun

Best attractions to visit in Batroun

11. Beit Douma ( Douma souks ) - Batroun view 360

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Beit Douma Douma souks

For a place which is located 1000m above sea level, the Beit Douma is a stunning locality. The area a top a mountain offers a commanding view of the mountainous ranges and allows tourists to enjoy the splendid olives on offer. The village Beit Douma is a pictorial representation of what is the best in Lebanon from food to fresh rural produce. The village area has welcoming people who are ready to cater to the needs and demands of tourists. Tourist can hike, take pictures and enjoy the diverse culture of the area.

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12. Msaylha Castle - Batroun view 360

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Msaylha Castle

This is a crusader relic, built on an massive rock isolated in the middle of a plain surrounded by mountains. It consists of two floors and can be reached by climbing a few stairs. Unfortunately, its ceiling and observation tower have been destroyed.

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13. Our Lady of Nourieh - Batroun

Our Lady of Nourieh

Located in the Hamat area of Lebanon, the Our Lady of Nourieh shrine is an Arab word which has the meaning of light. Built to pay homage and respect to the Lady of Light, the shrine is filled with artifacts and paintings that celebrate the famous lady in Lebanon. The story of the Lady as well as her pictorial representations is clearly outlined inside the shrine. The shrine is famous for tourists and worshippers alike because it offers a stunning hill top view of Cape Theoprosopon.

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14. Jrabta : Monastery of St. Joseph, Tomb of St. Rafqa - Batroun view 360

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Jrabta  Monastery of St Joseph Tomb of St Rafqa

Jrabta, the Monastery of St. Joseph, Tomb of St. Rafqa is conveniently located in the historical city of Lebanon on its outskirts. Set in the backdrop of lush green terrain with grass and trees in the background and the fore front, the tomb and the church are designed in the age old stone structure. The church is huge and it offers a resting place for the most famous nun in Lebanon. Over the years, the area has been used by tourists to take tours and enjoy the lakes and the stunning architecture inside the setting

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15. St.Cyprian and Justina monastery - Kfifan - Batroun view 360

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St Cyprian and Justina monastery Kfifan

Churches are seldom located in such picturesque settings. Located on the top of a hill, overlooking a monastery, the St. Cyprian and Justina Monastery – Kiffan is a stunning place. It is designed as part of the churches in the Maronite order. The church and the monastery are located on a large swath of land. Inside, the place offers praying opportunities for tourists, as well as sneak peek into the history of the Maronite order and the miracles that allowed Kassab to become a saint.

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16. Al-joz river kfarhilda and Bassatine el ossi - Batroun

Al joz river kfarhilda and Bassatine el ossi

A stunning place almost seen in memories is how one can describe the Al-joz river kfarhilda and Bassatine el ossi. The river runs alongside the stunning Kfar Helda village. One can’t help but notice the rush of the river and the greenery and plunging fields in the backdrop. Tourists can enjoy rafting and boating in the stunning river. The locality of the area offers some of the finest natural delicacies to enjoy such as having a trip down an uphill trail, handling water falling from a waterfall, etc.

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17. Batroun Lemonade - Batroun

Batroun Lemonade

Batroun Lemonade is one of the star attractions of the age old city of Batroun located in the north of Lebanon city. The city is known the world over for its fresh and delicious lemonade, which can be found as you take a walk through the main street and you enjoy the delicacies in its cafes and restaurants. The beauty of the lemonade is that it can be enjoyed while overlooking stone ruins which stare into the rough water. The city has almost a poetic effect which is only enhanced by the flavor of the lemonade.

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