Al Burdi is for many travellers the first or last experience of Libya. Its located on the eastern coast of Libya, not far from the Egyptian border and one-hour drive from Tobruk. The is a beautiful beach bay. The site attracts tourists for its relation to World War Two, and also for its unique mountainous landscape.
The main place of interest is John Brill’s room. This is a small room high on a bluff overlooking the Mediterranean where the British soldier John Frederick Brill painted his extraordinary tableau in 1942.
A newly opened luxury hotel provides an ideal base to explore and enjoy this isolated and unknown site Al Burdi.