Learn about the small Santorini in northern Lebanon!

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Tourist destinations vary in Lebanon, where options abound during the summer, especially in the mountainous regions, where the green nature and temperate climate in addition to the sea and the many activities in many parts of it. Today we will choose an unusual destination in the north of the country that attracts the spotlight. It is a nose.

Anfa is a Lebanese town located in the North Governorate, 65 km from the capital Beirut. This is what you will discover when you visit an attractive summer day that is full of surprises and beauty.

“Inforini”!

It should be known in advance that some Lebanese like to call his nose “Inforini” after the Greek city of Santorini, famous for its beaches and blue homes! An nose that resembles a small Santorini, as it enjoys a pure beach with turquoise water surrounded by beautiful small houses in blue color. A breathtaking sight on the Mediterranean beach!

Distinguished water activities

One of the unique activities is spending some time swimming in fresh water, as the water here is classified as one of the cleanest in Lebanon. Snorkelling and snorkelling, as well as discovering the small caves scattered around the place are essential activities that you should do.

Sea turtles …

You can also rent a water board and walk through it in the water .. Who knows, you might be surprised by one of the sea turtles that appear from time to time not far from the beach!

The sunset is a wonderful sight where visitors enjoy its beauty and uniqueness.

Variety in food and evening

Close to the water, you will find many restaurants specializing in traditional Lebanese cuisine, in addition to Western food options. Anfah residents advise you to come hungry because the variety and appetite, especially in terms of specializing in seafood, will make it a pleasure to savor it as a stand alone feature.

As for the night life, it is strongly present in the place, where the summer musical atmosphere and concerts organized at the weekend near the beach can be enjoyed.

Traces too

As for fans of antiquities, on a small tour near Enfah you will find a number of monuments that tell important historical chapters. You will find the remains of a large castle, and the canals and beds of salt are present, and they are from the Romans.

The areas around Anfa enjoy a special tourist attraction also, most notably the nearby Batroun region, with its many beaches and restaurants. As for the sea above, the Ehden region, which is a privileged summer resort town, welcomes visitors with many summer activities throughout the summer months.

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View from infa

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A scene from sunset

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Some Lebanese call it Inforini

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A scene from North Lebanon

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Wonderful sunset scene

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Diversity in Lebanese food

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You will also find some historical relics

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You might even encounter a sea turtle

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Rent a water board and enjoy clean water

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