The wildfires also burnt wide areas of forests, mostly in the central province of Homs and the coastal province of Latakia.
In neighbouring Lebanon, more than 100 forest fires that had raged since Thursday were also completely under control, a civil defence source said.
Syrian Agriculture Minister Mohammed Hassan Qatana said "a total of 156 fires" had broken out, majority in Latakia and Tartus in the west of the country, state news agency SANA reported.
With fire fighters overwhelmed, some residents helped them using primitive methods such as carrying water in buckets and pouring them on the fire.
Lebanese firefighters have tried to put out the fires raging across Mount Lebanon and along its border with Israel.
State news agency SANA quoted Bassem Douba, director of the forestry department in Latakia's agricultural department, as saying that dozens of people were evacuated from their homes in several villages.
Images circulated on social media portrayed citrus and olive trees engulfed in flames in villages on the outskirts of Latakia.
"The situation is insane, there are fires everywhere", he said.
There have been no reports of casualties in Lebanon.
In statements to Al-Watan newspaper, Ibrahim appealed to authorities to send more firefighters and helicopters to extinguish the fire before the whole town burns down.
The devastation comes a year after forest fires destroyed swathes of mountainous forest in Lebanon, causing damage to the environment that will take decades to recover.
The government faced heavy criticism and accusations of ill-preparedness over its response to the 2019 blazes.
Wildfires spread across different areas of Israel and the West Bank for a second day on Saturday, forcing thousands of people to evacuate their homes.
In Tartous, cooling operations are still continuing, after 59 fires were recorded in the governorate's countryside in recent days.
In Israel, fires fuelled by the heatwave were brought under control overnight Friday-Saturday, the firefighting service said.