Camping in the wilderness of Lebanon could easily become the highlight of your trip. sleeping bags, provisions, and clothes for all types of weather, and you are all set. Cook your meals over a campfire, and if we camped next to a lake, why not go for a relaxing evening swim. With nature as your closest neighbor, anything is possible.
The house was built in 1881 by Moussa Abou Zaraa The exterior is made of real stones that give the walls a thickness exceeding 60 Cm (2 feet thick) and the red roof was renewed last year in collaboration by the local municipality & the Italian Embassy in Lebanon ! The garden of the house has some cherry threes , pome grenade figs& almonds , with several kind of flowers ,the house is over looking the historical mount Haramont 2,800 meters altitude , It is located 100 meters from St Moussa Church
Just across the biggest pine reserve in Lebanon, our residence is the perfect match between vintage ambiance and natural surroundings. It is nestled in a charming and quiet neighborhood, and enjoys a beautiful garden and patio. The famous Jezzine cascade and the notorious Lady of Jezzine are just one window away!