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If you’re planning a holiday to Tunisia you’ll need to decide whether you prefer to vacation in the Coastal Areas and Islands or the region around Hammamet.
Tunisia is a popular tourist destination because of its many idyllic beaches, fine resorts and historical artefacts. It’s an ideal destination for those after a bit of exoticism at an affordable price.
With much to offer from bustling souks and quaint bazaars, Tunisia has an array of picturesque Mediterranean beaches and the desert, where keen historian can visit impressive mosques, Roman ruins and fascinating walled medinas.
Tunisia is also perfect for those craving some sun. Aside from some rainfall during the winter months, Tunisia benefits from sunshine for most of the year allowing holidaymakers to recharge their batteries with some much-needed vitamin D.
This resort boasts an abundance of highlights including citrus and olive groves, orchards brimming with flowers and two superb sandy bays. An ideal destination for those looking for a sunshine escape, it also boasts an element of history for those looking to step back in time.
Dramatically perched on the side of the bay, the 15th century kabash is a must-see attraction where you’ll find an abundance of shops selling everything from rugs to traditional brassware.
Visit one of many eateries and bars and check out one of the up-beat floor shows, discos, clubs or casinos for a real taste of Tunisian nightlife.
For sports lovers, 'Yasmine' and 'Citrus' stand as the resort’s two 18-hole golf courses while beach watersports are also available.
A charming resort for those wishing to switch off completely, Sousse boasts a number of idyllic beaches with an abundance of watersports.
Whilst in the area, sampling a Tunisian specialty from the nearby eateries is a must. On Sundays, you’ll find an open-air market with festival parades also common in the area.
Port El Kantaoui
This modern resort caters to all, boasting sea, sand and sun as well as a number of activities. Constructed in a traditional Arabian style, this charming area is bursting with paved alleyways, garden squares, waterside shops and eateries as well as a pretty marina.
Activities on offer include tennis, horse riding and windsurfing with an onsite golf course.
Located just 11km from the centre of Hammamet, this modern resort is home to a large golden sandy beach, a 780-berth marina with a casino and palm-tree lined promenade.
You’ll find an abundance of bazaars and shops in the town centre for those after retail therapy while keen golfers can enjoy the 18-hole Yasmine golf course.
Perfect for those looking for a sun and surf holiday, Skanes boasts shimmering waters, great waves and beautiful beaches.
The area is brimming with a vibrant calendar of events year-round and those wishing to explore the surrounding area should take a trip to Monastir, home to a Moorish quarter as well as a bustling port.
You’ll also find a Medieval Rabat fortress here; it was actually used as the backdrop for various scenes from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Tunisia flights, holidays and hotels
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