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Lebanon has five golf courses, the best and most popular of which is The Golf Club of Lebanon. Situated on the outskirts of Beirut, the club offers an 18-hole 71 par course, with scenic views of the mountains on one side and the Mediterranean sea on the other. The club offers guest membership to visitors. Caddies and club rentals are available and special group green fees may be arranged. The course is playable all year. The club also includes a sport and leisure complex with facilities for tennis, squash, swimming and snooker as well as dining areas.
Scuba diving and snorkeling are available. The waters near the ancient city of Tyre offer some interesting underwater archaelogical ruins, which divers may explore. Swimming is generally popular and many beaches offer full facilities, with guest memberships and freshwater pools provided to supplement the sea. Other watersports that can be practiced in Lebanon incude water-skiing and sailing. Boats may be rented by anglers along the coast, but most local anglers prefer to fish in the deep waters by the shore.
Despite its Mediterranean setting, skiing is possible in Lebanon and is actually quite popular. Mountain resorts such as Bakish, The Cedars, Faqra, Faraya, Laklouk and Zarour offer excellent accommodation and facilities. These mountains and gorges also present excellent terrain for hiking. There is a wide selection of tennis courts in major towns and resorts. Horse riding is also popular, and Lebanon’s Equestrian Federation now includes six riding clubs with excellent Arab horses available.
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