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Looking to discover the magical beauty of Tunisia? Then take a cheap flight to Enfidha-Hammamet Airport. This international airport is a gateway to the beautiful resorts and sights of Hammamet, Sousse, Port el Kantaoui. Monastir and El Djem. 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.
Tunisia is a country that’s registering on a growing number of tourists’ radars. With warm weather all year round and temperatures reaching 33 degrees in summer, the golden sandy beaches of this country make this a perfect destination for a sunshine getaway. For those in search of attractions beyond the azure waters there is plenty to see and do from impressive mosques, Roman ruins, fascinating walled medinas, markets full of local crafts to golfing and various water sports. Tunisia is an Eden of olive groves, spices, vineyards and fresh seafood. There's a heady mix of French, Spanish and Italian influences in the local cuisine that create some unique and vibrant flavours.
Flying to Enfidha can lead you to discover a variety of resorts in Tunisia.
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. The beating heart of Hammamet is the old Medina, along with the stunning white-washed coastline.
Sousse, which is one of the country’s largest cities, is located on the coast close to the popular resort area of Port el Kantaoui. Venture into the city during your stay, or base yourself here, if you’d like a taste of the real Tunisia. Sousse has a long sweep of white sand (Boujaafar Beach) running the length of the bay and if you want to spend time here, it’s best to walk away from the city towards what’s known as Las Vegas Beach, as it’s a bit quieter.
El Djem is around one-hour’s drive from Sousse and is home to one of the country’s top historical sites - a stunning Roman amphitheatre. This huge structure is one of the best-preserved in the world and is rivalled only by the Colosseum in Rome in terms of its scale.
Port el Kantaoui
Just a short distance out of Sousse, one of Tunisia’s largest cities, is the purpose-built resort area of Port el Kantaoui. This is where many of the region’s hotels are located and is the place you’re most likely to be staying if you choose to visit this stretch of the country’s coast.
The main attraction in Monastir is the Ribat - a huge castle that sits overlooking the sandy bay. It certainly looks impressive from the outside and the views from its ramparts are stunning - look back towards the medina in one direction, the mausoleum in another, the old fishing port and, of course, the sea.
From 1st October 2014 the Tunisian government will impose a new “departure tax”. All departing passengers will need to buy a revenue stamp of 30 TND (equivalent of € 13) available at tax offices (in any Tunisian city) or alternatively at the customs' offices in the airports. The stamp will be applied to one page of your passport and stamped by the immigration.
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