Batloun’s location in Mount Lebanon, 8 kilometers away from Baakleen, 45 kilometers from Beirut. It is bordered by the town of Kfar Nabrakh on the west, Barouk on the east, Maasser El Chouf on the south, and Briih from the north. Its altitude is 1,250 m above sea level. Batloun is also rich in groundwater and has a river flowing in the village. The fruit trees cultivated in this village are apple, peach, cherry, and fig, almonds as well as grapes trees. Oak tree is one of the most common wild trees in Batloun; especially the Valonion oak and another wild deciduous tree is the Lombardy poplar