WHAT TO SEE
Beit Shabab, known for its typically Lebanese heritage houses and old grand mansions, is a picturesque village to wander around and soak up the atmosphere. For such a small village, Beit Shabab has 15 old churches, perhaps a result of its rich bell-making history. The oldest is Our Lady of the Forest, built in 1761.
For a visit to the historic bell foundry of Beit Shabab call Naffah Naffah (03 575632).