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Enfidha: Introduction

If you are planning a trip to discover the magical beauty of Tunisia take a cheap flight to Enfidha-Hammamet Airport. This international airport is a gateway to the beautiful resorts and sights of Hammamet, 40 km to the south west. The airport is also popular for transfers to the country's capital city, Tunis which is just 100 km away.  Enfidha also has frequent rail links to other urban centres in Tunisia, making flights to Enfidha a great choice for anyone wishing to explore this historic country.

With warm weather all year round and temperatures reaching 33 degrees in summer the golden sandy beaches of the surrounding resorts make this a prefect destination for a sunshine getaway. For those in search of attractions beyond the azure waters there is plenty to see and do from markets full of local crafts to golfing and various water sports.

Hammamet

Hammamet was originally a Roman settlement called Pupput. Since those ancient times the city has seen countless invasions and settlements. During the 20th Century, famous writers such as Oscar Wilde and Gustave Flaubert enjoyed its seaside splendour and proclaimed it to be heaven on earth. The beating heart of Hammamet is the old Medina, along with the stunning white-washed coastline. Temperatures here range in the 30s and 40s over summer, with milder winters in the low 20s.

Nowadays, Hammamet has a glittering array of upmarket resorts including the recently built Yasmine Hammamet Resort. The resort features luxurious hotels, boutiques and restaurants as well as a breathtaking marina. Many cultures migrating through the area over the ages have left their mark on the local food. Tunisia is an Eden of olive groves, spices, vineyards and fresh seafood. There's a heady mix of French, Spanish, Italian and Jewish influences in the local cuisine that create some unique and vibrant flavours.  

The Kasbah:
Once an ancient Arab stronghold and headquarters of the French Foreign Legion, the Kasbah in Hammamet oozes history from its crumbling walls. The inhabitants are a whirl of colour and dynamism. There's plenty of trinkets and souvenirs to discover and buy but be prepared to haggle for a bargain.

Carthageland:
This is Tunisia's answer to Disneyland. Carthageland is full of kitschy attractions like  flume rides, water slides and even an ice-skating rink – sure to be an all-round winner with the kids.

Hammamet Beach: This beach is the perfect chill out spot. There's miles of soft sand that are perfect for kicking back and forgetting the rest of the world. Your only distraction will be a stream of local traders offering souvenirs, delicacies and beautiful crafts. 

Hammam:
When in Tunisia, do as the Tunisians do! A hammam is an ancient and luxurious bathing tradition that's been practised for over a thousand years in this part of the world. It combines a 10 to 15 minute steaming with a vigorous all over massage. Head to the locals' hammam in the old Medina, next to the mosque for a really authentic experience.

The Souk: An unmissable part of Hammamet are the handicraft shops located inside the Souk. This is where local artisans tout for trade from both tourists and locals. Traders offer bespoke and handmade items such as kitchenware, carpets, lamps, leather goods, clothes and jewellery. Be prepared to be rail-roaded into buying trinkets – it's all part of the fun!

Night life: There's more to the night life in Hammamet than just the hotel bar. Head out after sunset for plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants that serve up delicious North African food. 
Alternatively, head to the local nightclubs Eurobar, Manhattan, The Havana Club or The Latino Disco for a romp until the small hours of the morning.  

Nabuel Market: It's about a 15 minute taxi ride to get to Nabuel market on a Friday evening. This town is known for its exquisitely made pottery and kitchenware at bargain basement prices. Agree the taxi fare with the driver at the beginning of the journey to ensure a good-value ride. This spacious, clean and relatively quiet Medina is more enjoyable than others, so it's well worth the journey.

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