Ayn Elkroom... a world of beautiful nature

Syria has a wide variety of wonderful landscapes and areas of natural beauty which form an important part of Syria’s tourism map.

 Ayn Elkroom is one of the most charming tourist destinations in the Governorate of Hama due to its nature and its high views of Al-Ghab Plain and the eastern foothills of Lattakia mountains range.

The village of Ayn Elkroom takes its name from the springs of pure water and vineyards which it is famous for.

 The head of Eyn Elkroom municipality Raif Othman Asaad told SANA that the town is characterized by its unique nature surrounded by fields from all sides and it is famous for its fertile lands of red soil, expanding in wide and gradient plains, and the Orontes River passes on its outskirts, which gives it an exquisite beauty. It is known for its pure springs the most famous of them are al-Fawar spring and Tahoona al-Halawa.

The town is affiliated to Assqilbya region and is linked to a large number of villages, so it gained its geographical importance which is considered as a connection point among several areas.

Eyn Elkroom is famous for its varied crops including wheat, beetroot, cotton, corn and anise, in addition to fruit trees such as figs, grapes, pomegranates and walnuts as the residents also depend on growing seasonal vegetables.

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“Haba” village... a Historical Heritage Attracting Tourists

The village of Haba in Safita region is one of the most charming tourist villages in Syria, surrounded by hills that decorate it with fruit trees and beautiful valleys overlooking several tall mountain peaks.

According to the Head of the village’s municipality Nidal Deeb, the village is located in the far southeastern side of Tartous Governorate, 60 km from Tartus city and 25 km from Safita, 400 meters above sea level, and most of its 3,000 inhabitants work in agriculture.

Deeb told SANA that the history of Haba village goes back to ancient times. It includes Roman tombs and mosaics carved in the rock, in addition to the shrine of Saint Simon and the cemetery around it which date back to the fifth and sixth centuries AD.

Deeb points out that the village includes the Dormition Church, which is an old church in the middle of the village and built of white stone in the early twentieth century .

He notes the interest of the village’s residents in their historical heritage to transfer it to the new generation and so they invest in some ancient landmarks to attract tourists and introduce the history of their ancient region.

The head of the municipality underscored that one of the villagers turned an old olive press into a restaurant while preserving its shape and features such as large copper machines, tools and utensils…

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Ram Al-Anz Village ... a house of beauty

A charming village with its beautiful nature and pleasant fresh air, like other wonderful villages in Homs, the nature is beautiful and the air is clean, and this is what made this town the focus of attention of many people, it is Ram Al-Anz.

Ram Al-Anz village is located in the northwestern side of Homs city, on a plateau about 620 m above sea level, surrounded by hills on all sides and connected to Homs through beautiful villages.

Ram Al-Anz Village owns all the elements of the tourist town, as it is bordered on the western side by a large dam called Al-Ram, which irrigates large areas of agricultural lands belonging to the town and the neighboring villages, and fish is extracted from it in abundant quantities, as well as many types of birds such as ducks and geese and people visit it for tourism.

Jaiboul... Discretion Of a charming location

Jaiboul is a small Syrian village located on the western end of Lattakia's Mountains in Syria, a stunning mountainous region that belongs to the Qutalbiyah side, about 16 km away from the Mediterranean, rising 600-700 meters above sea level.

Jaiboul is situated in  a beautiful and distinctive geographical location, surrounded by green mountains from three sides. The sea appears from the western side in an incredible scenic way, where you can see from any  balcony there  Lattakia, Jableh and the extended coastal plains between them,which is also famous for its walnut and oak trees.

A famous spot of one of the most bounteous water fountains in the region, called Jaiboul Spring, which flows abundantly between green landscapes, drawing magical paintings of overlapping lines of blue and green.This spring is a touristic destination for visitors of the coastal region and local inhabitants, in addition to many exploration teams.

Tartous: Sea, Sun, Sand and Riveting Scenery

Syrian families and local tourists like to visit the Syrian Coast to spend their holidays and enjoy the charming climate and the fantastic weather. Some families like the seashore and its chalets, others like the city’s hotels and restaurants where they can find nice seafood and local dishes while others like to go the mountains, cliffs, valleys, streams, springs and forests to enjoy fresh air and the spectacular views.

Most , if not all, of tourist families and people prefer to rent a chalet by the sea when they arrive at the governorate of Tartous.