الأحد، 5 نوفمبر 2017

انواع الرياضة الممارسة الانشطة الرياضية في لبنان بالانجليزي

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Activities, sports and leisure Lebanon

The fundamental asset of Lebanon is nature. It allows him to offer a wide range of activities. The concept of ecotourism, a trend in full development worldwide, is also gaining ground. Besides cultural tourism, which is undoubtedly the most popular activity given the impressive number of historical sites, religious tourism is also appreciated in the form of pilgrimages.

Archaeological and historical sites

The city of Beirut, the Roman-Byzantine site of Deir El Qalaa in Beit Mery, the Roman ruins of Baalbeck and Tire, the temples and monuments of Byblos, the Phoenician temple of Echmoun, the Umayyad city of Aanjar, the Mamluk architecture, mosques, churches and madrassas of Tripoli, the charm of the port of Saida and the city of Beiteddine, arqa arqa tell in Akkar, the citadel of Chehab in Hasbaya and Wadi El Taym.

landscapes

The gorges of the holy valley of the Qadisha, the Cedar pass and the Jeita caves. Then many villages with typical architecture and picturesque charm like I'aal in the north of the country, Zalhe and the caves of Wadi El Habis in Furzol in the Beqaa Valley and many more.

Outdoor activities

- Trekking, cycling, horse riding: Lebanon offers great hiking opportunities in the mountains and gorges that allow you to discover the unique flora and fauna of this country. Particularly recommended: the holy valley of Qadîsha, succession of sites and refuge of the Maronite Christians during centuries.
Let's mention the Lebanon Mountain Trail, a marked route of 440 km in the Lebanese mountains.

- Paragliding: adventure at the top of the world. The feeling of freedom over the earth and under the sky above the cedar forest or the Qadīsha valley.

- Speleology: underground Lebanon also has treasures. An original activity to practice however with vigilance.

Aquatic activities

Lebanon offers more than 200 km of coastline, as well as the many rivers where you can indulge in activities as varied as water skiing, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving (wreck of a sub Second World War sailor at Khaldé and ancient remains off Tire), rafting, kayaking (Al Awali river bed) etc.

On the Lebanese coast, the sandy beaches are quite rare, but everyone bathes by diving rocks or artificial platforms built on the jetties. The bathing places around the rocks are often good dive sites. As for the most beautiful sandy beach, it is in the extreme south of the country, south of Tire in the Jiyeh region, between Damour and Saïda. There are others near Byblos and Chekka, near Tripoli.

museums


The National Museum in Beirut, The Wax Museum in Byblos, The Museum of Beiteddine, The Khalil Gibran Museum in Besharreh, The Sursouk Museum in Achrafieh, The Pharaoh Museum in Beirut, The American University Museum in Beirut, The Basbous Museum to Batroun.

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