Description - وصف
The Awali River Park, or what is known as the metaphors, refers to the eucalyptus trees planted on the bank of the Awali River, which is 45 km long and has a basin area of 300 square km in the city of Sidon, between the Awali Bridge and the Alman Bridge, which are the main and secondary northern entrances to Sidon. Sidonian businessman Muhammad Zidan bought this land and worked to re-clean the place, rehabilitate and develop it until it became a natural park to which many Sidonians come to spend the most beautiful times with family and friends. In fact, this park shows the importance of the natural and unique site in Sidon, and everyone can visit it and spend the most beautiful times in it and breathe the fresh and clean air. Many families find their only outlet in this park, in addition to the fact that many schools, summer courses and associations are now organizing trips to Nahr Al Awali Park. Customers come from different Lebanese regions to swim in the river, some to walk, and some to sit and play cards and backgammon with friends or family. Al-Awali River Park is characterized by the coolness of the place and the fresh air that makes people come to it constantly to enjoy the calm away from the crowds and the atmosphere of the city, where you can bring food with you from home without any cost.