Tour the North Beach Towns Jbeil & Anfeh
About this tour
Escape the chaos of Beirut and head to the beautiful northern coast of Lebanon with us! Explore the towns of Byblos, Batroun, and Anfeh, all famous for the enchanting seaside experiences they offer. Experience the routine of the old port's fishermen and hop with them on a boat ride. Visit the “Old Souks” and walk along the coastal roads by the port of Byblos, where fishing boats reside along the glistening waters. Immerse yourself in Lebanon’s rich history while seeing the ruins from civilizations past, including the grand “Anfeh Fort.” Bring a swimming suit, flip-flops, sunscreen and a hat! We will be swimming!
ABOUT THIS LOCATION:
The northern coastal area of Lebanon is especially famous for its crystal-clear waters and charming old towns by the sea. Byblos, one of the most ancient cities in the world, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But the town offers so much more than just a historical immersion; its beach resorts and charming restaurants and pubs along the port make both its day life and nightlife vibrant and exciting. Further north - Anfeh has been popularly nicknamed the “Little Greece,” partially due to the architecture and blue and white walls, but also due to the relaxing atmosphere that mirrors life on a Greek Island.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Sunglasses, Hat, & Sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun
- Water bottle to stay hydrated
- Cash money if you wanted to buy local products from the region
- Shoes: Trail running or hiking shoes are the best options. Otherwise, any comfortable shoes for the whole day
- Pick up & Drop off
- Local guide to show you the area
- Lunch at a local restaurant
- Taste local bites
- Entrance fees to venues when applicable
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Gratuities (not included)
This Live Love Tour is powered by SEAL. It aims to foster authentic experiences & develop the economy and tourism in Rural Lebanon.
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