This village is known for its traditional Lebanese houses, its old oak tree, and the Saint Georges Church. It is also known for its ancient ruins and monuments such as the oil presses, sarcophagi and the Joumblatt family Serai dating from the Ottoman period.
There are also six water sources, Ain el Chatawiyeh, Ain el Jadida, Ain el Qadima, Ain el Mechqer, Ain Aadas, and Ain Amer. An old oak tree is located near the public school. Accommodation is available in the local guesthouse as well as in several wooden cabins.