-1- There is an
area called Jna'h in Beirut. In that area, near
the Kuwaiti embassy, there is a group of parking
vans that take passengers to the south. Take the
van to Nabatiye city and tell the driver to drop
you at Habboush Bridge, do not go all the way to
Nabatiye. The cost per passenger for this first
ride is about 4$.
-2- Once you've reached Habboush
Bridge, from there you have to take another car
all the way to Mleeta. Make sure you tell the
driver to take you up to the site and not let
you off at the main road since the private road
from the main road is very long to the site.
What is the cost of transport?
The van from Beirut to Habboush
Bridge should cost about $4; and the taxi from
Habboush Bridge to Mleeta should cost $10-15.
How long does it take to reach
Mleeta from Beirut?
Nonstop drive should take about
What are the opening hours?
The site opens everyday from 09:00 am
What is the price for an entry
The cost is 2000 Lebanese Pounds
per person and 1000
Pounds for children below the age of ten.
How can I reach Mleeta from
Beirut with my own car?
You can reach
Mleeta from Beirut with your own car according
to the following route: Beirut
Highway Habboush Bridge Arab Salim Jarjou Ein Bouswar Mleeta.
There is another
way from Said to Mleeta as the maps show below:
the road from Beirut to Mleeta
the road from Saida to Mleeta
This tourist landmark is run by the Lebanese Association for Tourism & Tradition