For the fourth year in a row, the Amchit International Festival in collaboration with Amchit Municipality is organizing a special festival that line up with national and international stars and artists from all over the world and will include the collection cars parade which becomes the tradition on the Lebanese coast.

Join us for the five days event on August 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27th, 2017.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet international stars and enjoy exquisite shows, socialise, eat and drink with others in a charming outdoor setting.
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LINE UP 2016 2017
Partners & Sponsors
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Every summer from early July to the end of August, the Amchit International Festival comes to life with many outstanding performances by renowned talents. Whether you’re catching one performance or are enjoying several in a row, there’s nothing like staying at one of the hotels in the area to make the experience complete and to taste the best local foods.
A Glimpse About
Amchit is a seaside town and municipality in the Jbeil District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon, about 40 km north of Beirut. The town's average elevation is 140 meters above sea level and its total land area is 595 hectares. Its inhabitants are predominantly Maronites, although there is a Shia Muslim minority.

There are many old churches in Amchit (more than a hundred and some old synagogues)

Elevation: 222 m
Area: 5.95 km²
Weather: 21°C, Wind N at 8 km/h, 70% Humidity
Governorate: Mount Lebanon
District: Jbeil

The house of Zakhia family where Ernest Renan stayed, the French philosopher who lived in Amsheet for a long period in the 19th century, can be visited, аs can the tomb of his sister who was buried at St. Marie Church in the Zakhia family Cemetery.Also the house of Raphael Lahoud built in 1838,Gabriel Lahoud and Michel Lahoud.The oldest school in Lebanon of Adib Lahoud.

The Church of Saint George was built on an ancient temple and the altar has both Greek and Arabic inscriptions.[4] The adjoining churches of Saint Sophie and Saint Stephen retain their ancient vaulted porches and wall paintings. The churches were built on the remains of a Roman temple.

Saint-Michel Amchit Hospital
The Church of Saint Nicholas (Mar Zakhia) has medieval wall paintings and was built in the 5th century. 

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President Michel Sleiman Boulevard,
Amchit - Lebanon
11-4215 Amchit Lebanon
+961 70 950 929