Byblos is one of the oldest continuously inhabited fishing harbour in the world since over seven millennia ago. This port has witnessed many historical invaders. Phoenician, Alexander the great, Romans, Byzantines, Crusaders, Arabs all have left marks behind. There are plenty of archaeological sites within walking distance in this small quite town. Lots of good fish restaurants are situated at the harbour. Being a small town most of amenities are nearby. It is very historical town situated north of Beirut. It could be a base to explore north of Lebanon.
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