Suppose Lebanon is a model of the beauty of nature with all its contradictions, from mountains, plains, rivers to wonderful beaches. In that case, this does not negate that each region has its taste and independent personality.

The city of Tire is the same as the rest of the tourist areas in Lebanon in terms of the beauty and charm of nature. The magnificent beaches extend on its coast while bordering on the other side by the high mountains. Still, Tire remains the capital of art and culture in Lebanon, with its famous theaters and artistic centers do not stop with local and international performances throughout the year. Along with modern buildings, luxury restaurants, shopping centers, and various entertainment.

The city of Tire has a long history and skill in the maritime industries, which made it hold the reins of matters for many years and possess the elements of victory and victory.

The most important three landmarks in the city of Tire

1- The ruins of the city of Tire

Tyre - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

The Romans realized the importance of the location of the city of Tyre and that it possessed the keys to the Mediterranean, and whoever was able to this strategic city owned the whole sea, and this is evident in what the Romans left in this city of war fortresses, palaces and many buildings. Despite that, the operations of Excavations for more antiquities are continuing, and more important artifacts are expected to appear.

The Old Port represents the most important historical and archaeological area popular with everyone when tourism in Lebanon. It gathers many ancient Roman ruins, and its beaches being an ideal area for recreation and relaxation.

2- Tire Coast Nature Reserve

Tyre Nature Reserve - Lebanon Traveler

The Tire Beach Reserve is considered the largest and most beautiful in all of the Lebanese territories. To preserve it, it was approved as a nature reserve and under the direct supervision of the Ministry of Environment. In Lebanon, the protection part and the last part for agriculture and antiquities.

This division aims to achieve the maximum benefit from the reserve by continuously developing its resources to achieve tourism popularity, in addition to the rest of the benefits resulting from agricultural development and at the same time protecting the environment.

3- Museum of Marine Life 

This underwater museum is protecting marine life in the Mediterranean Sea |  Euronews

The Museum of Marine Life in Tire is not considered an ancient monument. On the contrary, it was established at the beginning of the 21st century by its founder, Dr. Jamal Younes, who is fond of the sea and marine creatures, and who was keen to mummify many of the rare marine creatures in the vicinity of the coasts of Tyre. And he was able to establish this museum, which was very popular within the city. He became one of the important attractions in it, whether from tourists or residents of the city and school students.