town in Sabha district, Libya
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(Information last updated Sep 2020)

Sabha is the capital of the municipality by the same name in Libya. It was once the capital of the ancient Fezzan region.

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By planeEdit

  • 1 Sebha International Airport (SEB IATA). Before the civil war, it had connecting domestic flights with Tripoli and from other African countries. Reopened, Afriqiyah Airways flies from Benghazi.    

Get aroundEdit

There are also flights to Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt from Sabha air port which is the main airport for the southern region . Sabha county consists of few districts; Hajara, Al Jadeed, Al Gurdah, Sokara, Al Mahdiya, Al Mansheya, Guaeed and Al Thanawya. It is surrounded by few urban districts and they are; Tamanhent, Samou, Al zegen, Goudwa

SeeEdit

Sebha fort stands out on a hill opposite the airport although is closed to visitors.

Sebha has a deserted old town and exploring the covered alleyways and crumbling houses can awaken the imagination and arouse the curiosity to what it may have been like to live in a time before block houses and air conditioning.

Sebha has a small gold souk next to the old town.

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Rent a Quad.

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