Welcome to Saida


Traces of Saida’s rich history can still be found all over town, with many ancient remnants in the Old City. The history is very much part of everyday life, and while this means that options for accommodation and eating out are fairly limited, it also offers a stronger sense of DIY exploration than some of Lebanon’s busier destinations.

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$120 Cultural & Theme Tours

Sidon & Tyre (Full day)

Tour start at 09:00 from your hotel and back around 17:30Driving the highway to Saida is smooth and lovely. The Crusades seas castle is where we start our visit, a splendid old sand stones floating fortress protecting the city sea front where lies the old busy souks of Saida. The traditional soap factory, the small shops, the butcher next to the local pastry tiles, the wooden craft street and the “Craque des Chevaliers” will enrich your memories with more surprising involvements in Lebanon’s diversity and cultures…The highway again, getting more and more deep in the South of Lebanon where lies the city of Sour or Tyre, the “Bass” Roman hippodrome, the sea ruins, the fishermen’s port and those restored neighborhoods… what a lovely street walk!Oh and yes, let’s not forget our lunch break! Fish and sea food are delicious or maybe a variety of foods can be found in many restaurants around the city.Back to the hotel, keep it up and enjoy the rest of the day!

$42 Cultural & Theme Tours

Sidon,Tyre ,Maghdouche Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Sidon Souks, Sidon, South GovernorateSaida(SIDON), the capital of South Lebanon.Learn about it’s origins while visiting the Sea Castle built by the crusaders in the 13th century as a fortress of the holy , walking along the old souk,to the soap museum Beautifully restored and expertly designed, the soap museum building dates back to the 13th century, though the soap factory.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Tyre, Sur, South GovernorateAfterwards we will discover Tyre and its monuments, which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. And relish in the beauty of its old architecture and industrious maritime character.We will end the day at Maghdouche church, where Virgin Mary used to wait for Jesus Christ when he preached near Saida.Duration: 4 hours