The town of Anjar will reveal to you several historic vestiges while being famous for its Armenian and Lebanese restaurants which offer fresh trout, bred in local ponds.
Anjar is the hometown of around 600 uncovered shops from the Umayyad era. It also contains “the masonry work”, of Byzantine origin, which consists of courses of cut stone alternating with courses of brick. This technique, credited to the Byzantines, reduced the effects of earthquakes.
Ain Gerrha: Aanjar's major spring located 3 kilometers northeast of the ruins.
Majdal Anjar: One kilometer away from Anjar, Majdal Anjar contains a Roman temple sitting on a hilltop overlooking the village.
The Mausoleum of El-Wali Zawur: This is the burial spot of a religious personage from medieval times. Until the early 1980s fertility rites were held here..
Kfar Zabad: The town withholds Roman temple ruins and a cave with stalactites and stalagmites.