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Corniche, Beirut Overview

This seaside promenade stretches from Ras Beirut on Ave de Paris in the east and ends at the St George Yacht Motor Club in Ain al-Mreisse to the west.

The Corniche is a perfect glimpse of Beiruti life from the elderly to the teenagers. Pole fishing is a popular pastime here. Munch on some nuts, corn and ka'ik, handbag shaped circular bread being offered by the handcarts with some Arabic coffee to wash It down. You will also be acquainted with the Nargileh culture of smoking hookah in personal cars with friends. Head to the Corniche if you want to spend a slow lazy evening and watch the sun set in the horizons of Beirut. Pigeon Rocks - These rocks are probably the only natural feature of Beirut. The stretch of the Corniche directly overlooking these rocks are a vantage point. If you are up for some adventure take one of the tracks to the lower cliffs. There are caves and inlets, and in summer boats take you around the caves and rocks.

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