Koubba is a coastal village in Lebanon located in the North of Batroun City. It is known for its historical sites and proximity to Batroun town.
The Savior Church
The Church of the Savior was constructed in the mid-12th century, specifically around 1150 AD.
St. John Chrysostom Monastery
It is dedicated to Saint John Chrysostom, a 4th-century patriarch of Constantinople who is known for his eloquence.
Our Lady of the Dormition Church
The church was built in the 18th century, and it is one of the most important religious sites in Koubba.
Henry BB Museum
The museum pays homage to one hundred traditional houses that have been demolished in Beirut. Little relics from these homes were collected and merged into this piece of art.
Old tales of its inhabitants recall the sound of its flowing water. It was once their source of drinking water, which they sought during both summer and winter.
St. Jacob's Church
The Church of Saint Jacob was built on the ruins of a Crusader and Byzantine church.
Top Listings in Koubba
You can get to Koubba via different roads:
– Beirut, Dbayeh, Jounieh, Jbeil, Aamchit, Madfoun, Kfar Aabida, Batroun, Koubba
– Tripoli, Qalmoun, Anfeh, Chekka, Heri, Selaata, Koubba
– Tripoli, Qalmoun, Anfeh, Chekka, Heri, Hamat, Waj Al Hajar, Koubba
– Tannourine, Kfarhelda, Dar Baachtar, Amioun, Chekka, Heri, Hamat, Koubba
– Tannourine, Beit Chlela, Kfar Hay, Ijdabra, Batroun, Koubba