Studio 1 bedroom, cozy and comfortable, standing on a promontory, offering breathtaking views of Bchaaleh village.
その他の特記事項 NATURAL HERITAGE « Noah’s olive trees”, eleven olive trees among the oldest in the world, dating back 6000. HIKING with Bchaaleh Trails Bchaaleh Trails is an integration between the wild, agriculture and rural scenery of a traditional Lebanese Village with archeological, historic and natural heritage. It targets nature and adventure lovers and push their hiking experience to a different level.
The village of Bchaaleh stands on a promontory, offering breathtaking views of the sea and the mesmerizing locality of Douma. It is home to many traditional houses and to Saint Stephan church, one of the largest in the region of Batroun. To the north-east of the village, a citadel is built on the ruins of a medieval fortress, erected itself on Phoenicians ruins destroyed by the Romans. Twelve fertile olive trees, about 6000 years old, still live in the village of Bchaaleh, at more than 1200m above sea level. It is said that they are the oldest olive trees in the world.