Marjayoun (Arabic: مرجعيون: also Marj 'Ayoun, Marjuyun or Marjeyoun - meaning "meadow of springs") is both a Lebanese town (also known as Jdeideh / Jdeida / Jdeidet Marjeyoun) and an administrative district, Marjeyoun District, in the Nabatieh Governorate in Southern Lebanon.
Located on a hill facing Mount Hermon, Beaufort Castle, Mount Lebanon chain, the plains of Galilee and the Golan Heights, Marjeyoun seems to gather within it all the splendor of Lebanese sceneries. Its fertile plains, crisscrossed by the Litani River, extend to the foot of the sacred mountain Mount Hermon, emerging in a mystical landscape. This village is home to some of the most beautiful houses in Lebanon, whether abandoned or restored and draws its charm from these old stones and the beauty of its natural environment.
- Istirahit Al Marj Lebanon +961 81 011 411 https://goo.gl/maps/UbvkxenjNkkxy3Xr6
- Sobhieh Lal Mouneh Marjaayoun - Bint Jbeil Road, Lebanon +961 7 831 071 https://goo.gl/maps/R8exQUYPCqHwRFLBA
- Falafel Maurice 1966 Lebanon +961 7 831 269 https://goo.gl/maps/ihJKx7s1PQ2M24JbA