Etymology:Syriac origin, "Sarba", meaning "the tower"
Nestled on a hill with a clear view of the green valleys, the olive groves and the mountain of Jezzine, the village of Sarba evokes a Far-West atmosphere in a south marked by a very pronounced rural tradition. In its large square stands a remarkable church with a landscaped square and a striking sculpture suggesting patriarchy and agriculture. A stroll in its old streets reveals a whole district sheltering the ruins of a Crusader citadel lost between the houses. In Sarba, the thousand-year-old stone witness the daily life of a village struggling to preserve its identity.
- The district housing the ruins of a Crusader citadel
- The central church el-Saydeh with its pretty public square
- The vernacular peasant houses
- The view of the mountain of Jezzine and the green valleys
- The orchards and olive groves
- The local festival celebrated on the occasion of Saint-Mary’s feast in August
- The soap production