South of the Corniche, or the southern part of the Corniche, depending on whom you talk to, is Raouche. Raouche is mostly famous for its Pigeon Rocks, a 60-meter high offshore rock couple, which was formed in the prehistoric era by a geologic movement. This is a very romantic spot, especially during sunset. Local boat owners can take you around and through the arch of the largest rock. As always advisable in the Middle East, do not forget to negotiate the price upfront.
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