Beautiful sea view from the arched landmark featured in the Lebanese film, Ghadi, by George Khabaz.
Christianity is a very important part of Batroun citys culture.
Sailing on boats is one of the many things you can do in North Lebanon.
This is an age old tradition that the locals do in order to extract sea salt from the basins from the natural salt sea water of the Mediterranean.
You cannot really see the sea in this shot because of all the fog this evening!
There are many beaches you can go spend the summer day at with your family and friends in Batroun apart from landmarks and other historic monuments!
There are many old churches in the area as religion is an important factor of the local culture.
Look up at the beautiful church bell tower and its historic architecture.
There are many water activities you can do in Lebanon during the warm and sunny summer season.
Batroun is known for its delicious fresh lemonade drinks especially in the hot summer season!
This is the most famous church in Batroun!
Sea salt is a staple of Batrouns economy and is sometimes referred to as white gold.
This is one of Lebanons most beautiful and stunning architectural landmarks and is a mustsee if you are visiting North Lebanon.
Batroun is known as one of the oldest cities in the entire world!
The summer season in Lebanon is the ultimate time to visit this magnificent country and enjoy its beaches and great warm weather.
If water skiing is not your style, then why not rent out a small boat and row yourself into the sunset?
This guy looks like he is having a great time in the sun surfing the waves in North Lebanon!
This city is one of Lebanons major most visited tourist destinations due to its rich history and exquisite scenery and environment.
You can visit the church if you are in Batroun and are looking for an authentic experience.
Locals hanging out at the fruit shop enjoying each others company with Lebanese coffee.
The most beautiful scenery can be found in Batroun city on the coast line.
Along the seaside bay, you will find many salt marshes that produce the staple product of the local economy sea salt.
The locals of Batroun mine sea salt in a way that does not endanger the natural environment.
This is definitely a site to visit when you are in North Lebanon!
If you have the time, visit one of the lovely old churches and cathedrals in Batroun.
The longest bar is installed in the main street of Batroun, a yearly tradition welcoming all clubbers for an open air party.
From Amchite to Batroun from the sky. Enjoy the beauty of the paysage!
Entertainment tourism is very important in Batroun, which is known for its rocky and pebbly shores and sandy beaches where are practiced all kinds of sports such as water skiing, surfing, sailing and fishing, and where all sorts of seafood are served.
Batroun also has a medieval rock on the coast that has been preserved since ancient times and is one of its famous landmarks.
One the coast of North Lebanon lies the beautiful historic city of Batroun with its preserved landmarks and beauty.
There are so many fun couple activities that you can take part in when you visit Batroun, especially during summer.
There are many beautiful old churches in Batroun which shows you how important religion is in this city.
The Batroun Open Air Party has become a landmark in Lebanon's clubbing scene. For one night, all famous clubs in Batroun bring out their nightlife to the main street, for clubbers to enjoy a once in a year partying experience under one open sky.
This church has been the citys pride and joy since it was built!
You will find an interesting monument of a diver near the citys main venue.
Christianity is an important factor in the Batroun locals culture and lifestyle.
The bell tower of this church has such a charming vibe to it.
Batroun is known as a land of worship and sanctity since the Stone Age and the spread of Pagans. Then, came Christianity and today, many churches among the oldest of the world can be found is this city such as the Cathedral of St Stephan and the church of St George.
You will notice many wires for electricity and phone cables on these old streets in the lovely area of Batroun.
Even on a windy day, the scenery at the beach is absolutely to die for!
The old Souk market of Batroun is known for old crafts such as cobblers, blacksmiths and of course makers of traditional lemonade, which is the symbol of the city.
Beautiful Mary creates a fascinating atmosphere when you visit this well-lit decorated old church.
This lovely church built on the site of an old church was completed in the year 1910.
This lovely old stone church was constructed on the same site of an old church.
Visit and experience the nature of Tannourine Lebanon. The mountains are beautiful all the seasons. Visitors can practice all kind of ecotourism activities...