This small mountain village overlooks a royal valley where the rivers El-Laban and El-Assalrun freely.
Endowed with a strategic summit location ensuring shelter and water abundance,the town of Kfardebian-Fakra is home to several monuments mainly of religious nature.
The village is a major Ski resort in winter and a great mountain escape in summer also reputed for its agricultural produces and fragrant honey.
Did you know that...
-In Syriac the word "Kfardebian" means the "village of the deers".
-There are 15 churches and convents at Kdardebian dating back to the 16th century onward.
-Kfardebian has the best equipped skiing stations in Lebanon.
-The ruins of Faqra dating back to 43 A.D
-Jisr El Hajar(Natural Bridge)
-The highest lighted cross in the world in Qanat Bakish(10min from Faqra)
-Winter events and snow shows.