Zouroona Experiences - On the footsteps of the Emirs



    • The start of the day

      Start the day with a visit to the village of Bikfaya, which has preserved the look of the provincial capital it once was and stop by the seraglio Abillama built in 1849 and Mar Abda church dating back to the year 1587.
    • A stop at Dhour Choueir

      Head towards the village of Dhour Choueir and linger in the lower part of the village which has maintained its traditional aspect. Visit El Saideh church built in 1525, with its majestic century-old oak.
    • The first Arabic letters printer

      Then pass by the village of Khenchara and its famous and unique Saint John Convent, known to house the first printer in Arabic letters in the Middle East.
    • The palaces of Mtein

      Take the road to Mtein, the city of Emirs, where you will find a magnificent central square lined with stunning palaces.
    • When in Falougha

      Take the wooded Hammana road and make a hook through the village of Falougha, famous for its water sources and where you can admire the seraglio of the Emirs Abillama which serves today as municipality.
    • The alleys of Hammana

      Visit the village of Hammana, a famous holiday getaway that stands out for its old neighborhood with paved alleys and visit the 14th century Mezher palace, former residence of the poet Alphonse de Lamartine.


  • Falougha's nature

    Falougha’s pine forest and beautiful ponds.
  • Lost in the pine forests

    The emblematic pine forests surrounding all of the above mentioned villages.
  • The Lamartine Valley

    The Lamartine valley, one of the most preserved and panoramic areas of Mount Lebanon.

A Metn immersion

The Metn region is known for its heritage buildings and beautiful pine forests, illustrating the perfect summer haven of the Lebanese society.

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