Kfar Helda

Kfar Helda is a picturesque village nestled in the verdant Bsetines al-Issi valley, approximately 8 kilometers northwest of Tannourine el-Tahta. Famous for its natural beauty, Kfar Helda offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

St. Georges Church

The church's exterior is characterized by its simple yet elegant design. The walls are constructed of local stone, and the church's interior is equally impressive.

St. Peter Church

St. Peter's Church stands as a testament to the town's rich history, being one of its oldest churches dating back to the fifth century AD.

St. Sergios and St. Bachus Church

The church is dedicated to Saints Sergius and Bacchus, two Roman soldiers who were martyred for their Christian faith.

Kfarhelda Waterfall

Besides being a majestic sight, this grand cascade on Al Joz river serves as a vital resource for local farmers, who harness its waters to support their agricultural endeavors.

Our Lady of Kafr Malkoun Ancient Church

The inscriptions accompanying the protagonists present in the composition are in Estrangelo (ancient Syriac script) and Greek for the abbreviations.

Dr. Rachid Maatouk Statue

Unveiled in 2013,It stands as a tribute to the late Lebanese politician and philanthropist who served as Lebanon's Minister of Health from 1992 to 1995.

Top Listings in Kfar Helda

You can get to Kfar Helda via different roads:

– Batroun, Ijadbra, Bejdarfel, Kfar Hay, Boqsmaiya, Beit Chlela, Kfar Helda
– Tripoli, Qalamoun, Anfeh, Chekka, Heri, Hamat, Batroun, Ijdabra, Bejdarfel, Kfar Hay, Boqsmaiya, Beit Chlela, Kfar Helda
– Beirut, Dbayeh, Antelias, Jounieh, Jbeil, Aamchit, Madfoun, Kfaraabida, Batroun, Ijdabra, Bejdarfel, Kfar Hay, Boqsmaiya, Beit Chlela, Kfar Helda
– Tannourine, Beit Chlela, Kfar Helda