Chekka is coastal town located in the south of North Lebanon. It is located north of Râs ach-Chaq’a’ and Herri beaches, also called 'Theoprosopon' in classical times.

The origin of the word is believed to be Canaanite: Chikitta.

Chekka was cultivated some 300 years ago with the intention of making Chekka a Maronite stronghold on the Lebanese coast. Many families moved from Mount Lebanon to Chekka at that time.


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    Chekka Batroun


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Full Autonomy Ride in Chekka... Sports and Recreational Activities (Biking)


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