Qana also spelled Cana or Kana, is a village in Southern Lebanon located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the city of Tyre.
Cana is celebrated as the scene of Jesus’ first miracle. It is actually the place of his first public miracle in Galilee — the changing of water into wine.
On the first occasion, Jesus and his first disciples turned up at a wedding feast, possibly that of a close relative of his mother Mary. The wine ran out and Mary turned to her Son to overcome the embarrassment (John 2: 1-11).
“Woman, what concern is that to you and to me?” he responded. “My hour has not yet come.” But she persisted and her Son turned six jars holding more than 550 litres of water into fine wine.
There are natural, rock-dug caves to be found in Qana that carry old inscriptions. It is said that Jesus Christ’s first miracle took place at a wedding ceremony in one of these caves and also Bas-Relief of the Apostles engraved on the rocks of the site. Free entrance