The Jeita grotto was a finalist in the new 7 wonders of nature competition. You can visit two karstic limestone caves spanning an overall length of nearly 9 kilometers. The galleries are composed of a series of chambers the largest of which peaks at a height of 120 meters (390 feet).
Sandy beaches of Rmeileh and Jiyyeh
South of Beirut, on a 7 km sand strip, Jiyyeh and Rmeileh are dotted with beautiful beach resorts that give you access to nice pools and good restaurants with a variety of local cuisine and international dishes.
Deir el Qamar and Beiteddine
Deir El Qamar is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (1995). The small town has stone-paved streets bordered by typical Lebanese houses. The historical monuments to visit are:
Emir Bachir Palace: Commissioned by Emir Bachir Chehab, the palace showcases Italian Baroque, traditional Arab, and typical 19th-century architectural styles.