Dimane (or Diman, Arabic: الديمان) is an uneven town in the Bsharri District, in the North Governorate of Lebanon. It sits at roughly 1400m above ocean level, disregarding the Kadisha Valley.
The occupants of Dimane are Lebanese and are adherents of the Maronite Catholic Church. Its supporter holy person is Saint Joseph and his gala day is praised on 19 March every year.
The town is notable as the late spring home of the Maronite Patriarch, right now Mar Béchara Boutos Raï. The establishment stone for the current Patriarchal habitation was laid on 28 September 1899.