Anfeh is a coastal town located in the North Governorate of Lebanon.

Anfeh is situated along the Mediterranean Sea, offering scenic coastal views. It is known for its beautiful beaches and a picturesque setting.

The town has a rich history, with archaeological sites dating back to ancient times. One notable historical site is the Church of St. George, which is believed to have been built in the 12th century.

Anfeh is renowned for its salt production. The town is home to salt pans, where seawater is evaporated to produce salt. The salt pans, known locally as “al-mallaha,” have been used for centuries and are a distinctive feature of the area.

The town has become a popular destination for tourists seeking a relaxed coastal atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy the beaches, explore the historical sites, and savor Lebanese cuisine in the local restaurants.