Libya is an ancient crossroads of civilizations that bequeathed to the Libyan coast some of the finest Roman and Greek ruins in existence, among them Leptis Magna, Cyrene, and Sabratha. Libya also has some of the most beautiful corners of the Sahara Desert, from seas of sand the size of Switzerland and sheltering palm-fringed lakes (the Ubari Sand Sea) to remote massifs adorned with prehistoric rock art (the Jebel Acacus), labyrinthine caravan towns (Ghadames) and an isolated black-as-black volcano (Wawa al-Namus) in the desert’s heart.
There is a wide variety collection of tourist resources available in Libya, spreading on a vast area in the country. This includes landmarks, fascinating landscapes, such coastal and rocky beaches, and lakes, in the Mediterranean coast, Eljabel Elakhdar (Green Mountain), Eljabel Elgharbi (West Mountain), and several landscapes in the Libyan desert (Sahara). The man achievements represented in old buildings and cities, historical antique arts, customs, traditions and folklore which are considered having high importance due to its antiquity, originality and belonging to historical eras and epochs before Christ. The types of plants and animals, despite its unavailability with a big number, form a factor of those of tourist attraction in the country, namely, as an example, desert plants, multi-heads turtles, in addition to several types of birds such as hawks partridges.