Faraya (فاريا) is a day3a located in the Keserwan District, Mount Lebanon about 46 kilometers, or 30 miles, from Beirut.
Faraya is known as one of the best retreats for summer tourist travelers and snow destinations, according to the Lebanon Traveler.
Many of those who visit Faraya own a chalet, or a summer/winter house, to swim in the local pools and soak in the beautiful views that the village offers.
Every year, the day3a hosts Faraya On The Beach which is a 2-3 day event that includes food, dancing, and nightlife.
Faraya has a population of around 1,900 people, consisting mostly of Maronite Christians. It is home to the biggest statue of Saint Charbel, making it attractive to those of the Christian faith.
The day3a is best known for its skiing. Faraya has the Middle East’s largest ski resort, Mzaar Kfardebian.
If you plan to stay in Faraya, visit the Faraya Village Club for accommodations and travel information.