Nabatieh Governorate

Nabatieh is one of the six governorates in Lebanon. The governorate is divided into four districts: Nabatieh, Hasbaya, Marjeyoun, and Bin Jbeil. Its principal town is also called Nabatieh. 

 

 

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Things to do

Tebnine

Twenty-five kilometers east of Tyre, in the heart of Jabal Amel, the village of Tebnine is regarded as among the most diverse villages in South...

Doubeih Fortress

Next to the village of Shakra w Doubeih, Bin Jbeil District, on a hill with impressive, sweeping vistas, the strong arches of the Doubeih Fortress...

Wadi al-Hujeir Nature Reserve

Located in the Marjeyoun District in Nabatieh, Wadi al-Hujeir National Reserve was approved and established in 2010. It stretches from the Litani...

Tebnine Castle

Some 30 kilometers from Tyre, Tebnine Castle is at the top of an 870-meter mountain. It was built during the Crusade period in 1104 by Hughes de...

Mleeta Museum

The Mleeta Museum chronicles the resistance to the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon starting in 1982. It’s a quite modern museum, well designed...

Khalwat el-Bayyadah

In the suburbs of Hasbaya is a Druze religious fort. It contains around 40 hermitages, and believers go there every Tuesday to meditate. In the outer...

Souk al-Khan

On the road from Hasbaya to Marjayoun is the khan built by Emir Chehab in 1350. It is said that Emir Ali, son of Emir Fakhreddine Maan, was killed...

Al-Hebbariyeh Roman Temple

On the left side of the main road to Hasbaya, the ruins of a small Roman temple can still be seen.   Parts of the walls remain intact, rising to a...