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Vacation in Monastir

Enfidha

Escape to an oasis of wellness

 

With its endless beaches bathed in sunshine for around 300 days a year, its unspoilt, diverse hinterland, its colourful villages and rich heritage shaped by historical civilisations, Tunisia is a wonderful place to escape to. Tunisia has a reputation as a global wellness retreat, boasting a unique expertise in physical and mental wellness treatments. Many hotels make this their speciality, offering state-of-the-art facilities where ancestral rituals and the virtues of water are promoted.

 

Enfidha

Golden beaches and an authentic atmosphere

 

The coastline between Mahdia and Hammamet is lined with charming medinas, lively souks, and elegant marinas. Experience extraordinary sea views as you stroll along mile after mile of golden beach, or venture further inland to discover a world of authenticity. Between its undulating dunes, spectacular canyons and fruitful valleys, Tunisia conceals more historical and cultural treasures than you can imagine!


Hotel areas

35.762903, 10.811727

Hammamet

Monastir

Monastir is a historical city surrounded by the sea. In Roman times, it was known as Ruspina and rose to prominence in the 8th century with the construction of its ribat – a frontier post traditionally designed for travellers to congregate in. Monastir has become a popular destination for holidays, relaxation and leisure thanks to its marina, golf courses and high quality hotels. Distance from the airport: 8 km.

 

Port El Kantaoui

This modern seaside resort has stayed true to its traditional roots. It boasts pleasant hotels facing the sea, an 18-hole golf course and a charming marina with shops, cafés and restaurants. Distance from the airport: 24 km.

Sousse

Sousse

The city was founded in 900 BC by Phoenician sailors and is now the third largest city in the country. The lively waterfront is lined with newly built hotels and the port is located in the centre of town. The medina has retained its Tunisian character and you can explore its grand mosque, ribat and the fortified monastery. Distance from the airport: 15 km.

 

Skanes

Skanes is a tourist zone located between Monastir and Sousse. Enjoy a stay right on the water next to beautiful fine sandy beaches, with many opportunities for water sports. Distance from the airport: 5 km.

 

Enfidha

Mahdia

Located on a rocky peninsula, this charming coastal town is steeped in history and has managed to preserve the spirit of the past. With its small colourful fishing port, old fort, medina and archaeological sites bearing witness to the passage of many civilisations, Mahdia is a seaside destination with a human feel, appreciated by lovers of authenticity. Distance from the airport: 51 km.


Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions

Must-do

  • Haggling in the souks is considered an activity in its own right in this country, and you can have a great amount of fun giving it a try – plus you’ll leave with some unique souvenirs of your trip to Tunisia. The souk in the medina of Sousse is particularly worth a visit. 
  • Nicknamed the Pearl of the Sahel, Sousse lives up to its name and is ideally located at the gateway to the Sahara. Explore the largest desert in the world and its many landscapes on camelback or in a 4x4 and share some tea with the nomads. 
  • During your stay, take a trip to El Jem. The city, founded on the ruins of the ancient city of Thydrus, has an important historical past and is well worth a visit. It is particularly famous for its amphitheatre, which is one of the largest in the Roman Empire.

 

Must-see

  • Visit the incredible Dar Essid Museum to immerse yourself in the daily life of Sousse's 18th century bourgeoisie. This house, which once belonged to an aristocratic family, is an example of a typical residence of the upper class of this period and features well-preserved rooms lavishly furnished in the traditional style. 
  • Located in the heart of the medina, the Ribat of Sousse is a beautiful example of Islamic architecture. It is the oldest fortress in Tunisia and is considered to be one of the most beautiful and best preserved in Africa, which has earned it a place on UNESCO's World Heritage List. 
  • The impressive Bourguiba mausoleum, dedicated to the former Tunisian president who died in 2000 and who himself commissioned its construction, is a true architectural feat. It is typically Tunisian in style and its golden dome and two minarets make it hard to miss!
     

Excursions

Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you. 

  • 2-day excursion.
    This excursion begins in El Jem with a visit to its Roman amphitheatre, followed by a stop in Matmata to see a troglodyte dwelling. This is followed by a lunch break at the restaurant ‘Les Berbères’, before heading to Douz, where you can enjoy a camel ride (optional). You will then reach the 4 star hotel (‘El Mouradi Douz’) where you will spend the night.
    The next day, you will take the road to Tozeur by crossing the salt lake of Chott El Jérid. After a ride in a horse-drawn carriage (optional), you will visit the mountain villages of Chébika and Tamerza, which are interspersed with oases. You will then have a lunch break in Gafsa, at the Gafsa Palace hotel. Lastly, you will head towards Kairouan via Jelma, before returning to your hotel.

  • This trip will take you to El Jem to visit the Roman amphitheatre. You will then head to Monastir to discover the Mausoleum of Habib Bourgiba and the ribat, followed by some free time to stroll around the Medina. You will return to Sousse for lunch.

  • This excursion will first take you through the narrow streets of the Medina of Tunis (free time) before stopping at the Bardo Museum, renowned for its remarkable collection of Roman mosaics. You will then have the chance to explore Carthage, and its theatre, amphitheatre, tophet (cemetery), the Punic tombs and the Baths of Antonin. Finally, you will stop in the picturesque village of Sidi Bou Saïd, a spot frequented by many artists over the last century.

  • This excursion (available on Fridays only) will take you to Nabeul, the former capital of Cap Bon, with its artisanal ceramic, pottery, and embroidery workshops and its weekly market. You will then head to Hammamet to visit the old Arab town and the Spanish fort.

  • This Land Rover excursion (6 passengers + driver) is designed for those with an adventurous spirit: 
    Day 1: El Jem - Matmata - Douz (accommodation at the El Mouradi Douz 4* hotel). 
    Day 2: Tozeur (via the salt lake of Chott El Jérid) - Tamerza - Chebika - Tozeur (accommodation at the Mouradi Tozeur 4* hotel or similar)
    Day 3: Tozeur - Gafsa - Kairouan

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.

 


Important information

Entry formalities:

From 1 January 2025, European nationals will only be able to enter Tunisia with a passport valid for at least 3 months after the planned date of return.

Until 31 December 2024, identity cards will continue to be accepted only if accompanied by a voucher with details of the hotel reservation. For travellers of German nationality, the passport or identity card must be valid for more than 6 months after entry into Tunisia.

 

 

Security measures concerning baggage transport:

For Tunisia, Luxair applies security measures that comply with the instructions issued by the Luxembourg Civil Aviation Authority.

To facilitate the implementation of these measures, we favour the use of rigid baggage with an integrated padlock or baggage that can be padlocked or sealed to prevent the intrusion of illicit objects. We therefore strongly encourage our customers to use this type of baggage and to ensure that it is in good condition, so that seals can be affixed without leaving a gap of more than one centimetre. Customers carrying baggage that cannot be fully secured with a seal must have their baggage laminated at their own expense before checking in at Djerba.

We would be grateful if you would comply with the instructions given by the staff at the destination airport, and would remind you that any failure to comply with these procedures may result in your baggage not being transported.

 

 

Good to know:

The Ramadan period is likely to affect the opening and menu of certain bars and restaurants located outside the hotel, as well as certain activities offered by the hotel and external service providers.

Correct dress is required in the hotels at dinner time (long trousers for men). 



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