A Syrian military source said in a statement there was some material damage from the strike and no casualties.
Footage from the site where one of the missiles fell showed a large crater made by the impact.
Homs province adjoins Lebanon, where the Iranian-backed Lebanese Shi’ite Hezbollah group holds sway along the rugged frontier.
Western intelligence sources have said Israel’s stepped-up strikes on Syria since last year are part of a shadow war approved by the United States.
The strikes are also part of an anti-Iran policy that in the past two years has undermined Iran’s extensive military power without starting a major increase in hostilities.
Jerusalem Post Staff contributed to this report.