Kfar Hay

Kfarhay is a village in the Batroun District of North Lebanon. It is located about 67 kilometers north of Beirut, at an altitude of 400 meters above sea level. The village is known for its historic monastery, the Monastery of Saint Youhanna Maroun, which is considered to be the first seat of the Maronite Patriarchate.

St John Maronite KfarHay

St. John Maroun Monastery

According to tradition, St John Maroun built the first monastery over a hermitage when he was the Bishop of Batroun in 676.

St. Saba Church

It is located at the entrance to the village from the west and it was likely built on the ruins of an ancient pagan temple.

Public Garden

It is located at the entrance to the town, near the monastery of St. John Maroun.

Top Listings in Bchaaleh

You can get to Kfar Hay via different roads:

– Batroun, Ijdabra, Bejdarfel,  Kfar Hay
– Tripoli, Qalamoun, Anfeh, Chekka, Heri, Hamat, Batroun, Ijdabra, Bejdarfel, Kfar Hay
– Beirut, Dbayeh, Antelias, Jounieh, Halat, Jbeil, Aamchit, Madfoun, Kfaraabida, Batroun, Ijdabra, Bejdarfel, Kfar Hay
– Tannourine, Kfarhelda, Beit Chlela, Daael, Boxmaiya, Kfar Hay