Nestled along the azure shores of the Mediterranean, Batroun is a coastal treasure trove known for its rich history, vibrant nightlife, and stunning beaches.

The Port of Batroun

This charming port is lined with traditional Lebanese houses, restaurants, and cafes. It is a great place to wander around and watch the sunset.

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St.Stephen's Cathedral

This beautiful cathedral is one of the most iconic landmarks in Batroun. It was built in the 12th century and designed by an Italian architect.

The Miraculous Sea Lady Church (Saydet Al-Bahr)

This orthodox church overlooks the Phoenician wall, is made up of Batroun's sandstone, and is cherished by local fishermen.

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The Maritime Wall or Phoenician Wall

The wall goes back to the 1st Century B.C and served as a natural barrier of protection against invaders and sea storms.


The Roman Amphitheatre

Located at Mrah El Sheikh Quarter, work began at the site between the years 222-235 A.D but was never finished.

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Batroun Old Souk

The Batroun Old Souk goes back to the 19th Century. It is a network of narrow, cobbled streets and alleyways lined with traditional Lebanese houses and shops.

Top Listings in Batroun

You can get to Batroun via different roads:

– Beirut, Dbayeh, Jounieh, Batroun
– Ghazir, Halat, Jbeil, Batroun
– Aamchit, Thoum, Kfaraabida, Batroun
– Tripoli, Kalmoun, Anfeh, Batroun
– Chekka, Heri, Hamat, Batroun
– Tannourine, Douma, Ebrin, Batroun