One of Al Baha’s best kept secrets is the Dhee Ayn Marble Village which takes you on a magical journey
The little village, also known as Aqabat al-Baha, has some major rich history. Its polished stones date back to the 8th century, giving it a beautiful marble-look. It’s unique architecture and beautiful lighting invites thousands of tourists yearly. There’s also a fresh water spring located nearby, giving the village some cool gushes of wind.
Almost over 400 years old, these structures are set atop a beautiful hill, giving it the absolute fairytale look
#ExploreArabia ✈️ The Marble Village of Dhee Ayn, #Baha region, is a 400 year-old stone settlement built on top of a white marble hill. It is named after a spring that runs through it to the fruit orchards at the base of the hill. It is one of the #KSA’s most eye-catching sites. pic.twitter.com/3lcU5i9sER
— Paola Di Prospero (@PaoladiProspero) June 4, 2019
This spot is definitely the best destination for the summer, as temperatures in Al-Baha are averaging to 23 degrees celcius these days. So, if you’re looking to escape the heat to a place where you can take some cool pictures, pack your bags and drive on over to this awesome attraction.
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