Lebanese beaches are among the most beautiful tourist destinations in the whole world. Proud of its Mediterranean climate, cradled by temperatures that often exceed 30°C, and its 200 km of coastline, Lebanon lends itself all year round to swimming and idleness. Between private and public beaches, Beirut is home to the best addresses not to be missed for your next vacation. Focus on the most beautiful beaches in the north to start.
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The closest beaches to Beirut are in Kaslik/Jounieh, about 15 km to the north. First Koah Beach (ex-Cyan), a former property of Elie Mchantaf, a great Lebanese basketball player of the early 2000s. Then Deece by the sea, a fairly recent address which offers an open-barbecue formula every Sundays, in her pretty Lebanese waterfront house.
Pebble beaches and clear water all year round, Enfeh is 68 km north of Beirut. Better known as "little Mykonos", this beach stands out for its pretty white houses with blue windows perched on the rocks, through which visitors must pass to access the sea. It is also known as "Taht el Rih” due to the lack of wind. The landscape is such that one would easily believe oneself in Greece.
Ô Glacée, in Batroun, particularly attracts young people with its air of a beach bar lounge. Its name comes from its small natural swimming pool where the sea water is filtered, but frozen. Kayaking and windsurfing enthusiasts like it a lot. Likewise, lovers of fresh fish also appreciate this place which is full of good restaurants.
Another essential stop in Beirut, the public beach of Byblos, Al-Bahsa, which is in Byblos, 38 km to the north. Another particularly well maintained pebble beach where the water remains clean all year round. Not far from there, Eddé Sands, the largest private beach in Lebanon offers several possibilities of activity with its 6 swimming pools, most of which are dedicated to children.