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With unending beaches of white sand among the most beautiful of the Mediterranean and more than 300 sunny days per year, Tunisia is a permanent attraction for tourists. But is has other advantages too: its hotels include an incredible number of wellness areas where professional thalassotherapy treatments with well-known properties are offered. And what’s more: 3,000 years of history have left remarkable ruins all over the country, including the archaeological site of Carthage, among others.
A mosaic of charming medinas stretches between Mahdia and Hammamet, with lively souks, marinas and elegant waterfronts. The youngest children will be delighted by the kilometres of beaches that slope gently down to the sea, whilst the nearby amusement parks offer fun for all the family. Excursions inland and desert safaris allow you to discover some superb eastern landscapes with grandiose canyons, undulating sand dunes and fertile valleys.
Approx. 50 km from Enfidha airport, 50,000 inhabitants. The famous seaside resort of Hammamet is also well known for its Arab old town - the pretty medina - and its many winding streets. A shopping centre and leisure complex including boutiques, restaurants, supermarkets and discos has been built in the shade of the medina.
The new marina and tourist centre are located to the south of Hammamet. Hammamet Yasmine has developed over recent years to become the region’s most popular new tourist centre. There are many hotels, boutiques and restaurants in this modern seaside resort.
The sea is all around. 24 km from Sousse, Monastir is a historic town. Monastir, which was called Ruspina during the Roman era, gained in importance in the 8th century with the building of a fortified ribat. With its 1,000-seat congress centre, its marina, its leisure port, golf courses and very high-quality, luxury hotels, Monastir is devoted to holidays, relaxation and leisure time.
Approx. 35 km from Enfidha airport, 430,000 inhabitants. Founded in 900 A.D. by Phoenician navigators, it is now the country’s third town. Beautiful, recently-built hotels border the superb beach in the modern district of Sousse. The harbour is located right in the town centre. The old town centre (medina), with the great mosque and the Ribat, a fortified monastery, is certainly worth a visit.
Approx. 8 km from Sousse and approx. 25 km from Enfidha. This modern seaside resort harmoniously reconnects with its old traditions. Pleasant, comfortable hotels occupy a well-situated position facing the sea. Golf lovers will really enjoy the 18-hole course. Built around the marina, this resort has boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants.
Departure for El Jem, visit to the Roman amphitheatre. Continuation of the excursion towards Matmata, visit to a troglodyte house. Lunch in the ‘Les Berbères’ restaurant (or equivalent) and continuation of the trip towards Douz, where you will be able to have a camel ride in the high dunes of the Sahara (optional). Accommodation in a 4-star hotel. The next morning, crossing of the Chott El Djerid salt lake to reach Tozeur again. Visit to the oasis in Tozeur, with an optional carriage ride. Return via Metlaoui, Gafsa and Kairouan. Free time to visit the medina and return to the hotel. Full board and night included in the price.
Soirée folklorique dans une ferme avec musique, danse du ventre, mariage berbère, jongleurs, acrobates. Dîner typique, avec « Tabuna » (pain de ferme) et vin de table, notamment.
Folk evening in a farm with music, belly-dancing, Berber marriage, jugglers and acrobats. Quintessential dinner, specifically with ‘Tabuna’ (farm bread) and table wine.
Free time in the Tunis medina. In Carthage, you will visit the theatre, amphitheatre, the tophet and Antonine baths. Continuation of the excursion towards Sidi Bou Saïd, a very popular location for modern artists. Lunch included in the price.
-Ramadan, the Muslim period of fasting, is fixed between 16th May and 14th June. During this period, Muslims eat and drink nothing between sunrise and sunset. Consequently, some restaurants in the hotels and discos may remain closed and the entertainmentsainment programme may be limited.
-Owing to the coral reefs, you are recommended to wear plastic shoes when swimming. Direct access to the sea may be limited to a restricted zone and can also be made by a walkway.
-In all the hotels, proper attire is required for dinner (long trousers for gentlemen).
-For Tunisia, security measures have been introduced by Luxair (in accordance with the instructions issued by the Directorate of Civil Aviation in Luxembourg).
To facilitate implementation of these measures, we prefer travellers to use hard cases with integrated locks, or cases that allow a padlock or seal to be attached to prevent any illegal object being inserted into the luggage.
We encourage our guests to use cases that are in good condition on which these seals can be placed, preventing any opening of more than 1 cm. If a guest is taking bags that cannot be fully secured with seals, the passenger must seal his luggage with plastic film before check-in at Djerba, at the passenger’s own expense.
In order to ensure that these measures are correctly implemented, we ask guests to follow the instructions received at the airport by the staff in charge. We must inform you that any refusal to cooperate with our local partners may result in the transport of luggage being denied.