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Cities in Sousse region

Sousse

Sousse

Since ancient maritime city, located 140 km from Tunis, Sousse is built on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia. Chief town of governorate. Location and acces: On the east side of Tunisia, 2 hours drive from the capital, Tunis, Sousse town is "pearl of the Sahel'' 140 km south of Tunis, 127 km north of Sfax, 57km east of Kairouan. Railway sta-tion. Skanes-Monastir international airport.


Port El Kantaoui

Port El Kantaoui

Built in the '70s, Port el Kantaoui is high-class tourist area of the Tunisian tourism industry, a place full of charm only 8 km from Sousse. A resort with a unique charm and luxury, a complex built around a modern port which hosts over 300 yachts. The hotels are spread along a street paved with stone, perfectly reproducing the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.


Port El Kantaoui Sousse

Port El Kantaoui Sousse

Port El Kantaoui is a tourist complex 10 kilometers north of the city of Sousse, in the center of Tunisia. It was built in 1979, in particular, as a tourist center, around a large artificial harbor that provides the berth with 340 berths for luxury yachts, hosting sports activities from water skiing to paragliding and several golf courses. The 36-hole PGA-approved championship course makes Port El Kantaoui a popular golfing destination.


Cities in Hammamet region

Hammamet

Hammamet

Hammamet is a resort town on the Mediterranean coast at 65 km from the capital Tunis, in the south east of the peninsula of Cap Bon. As the name says (meaning hammam Turkish bath), beaches, and warm clear water made it a favorite destination since the Islamic period. In the early twentieth century the town became a representative of the tourist resorts of the country. Like most cities Tunisia and Hammamet Medina is surrounded by fortifications and dating from the fifteenth century, with its fortress (Casbah), and habitual souk. There are two main axes in Hammamet: Avenue Habib Bourguiba and Avenue of the Republic, close to downtown.


Hammamet Yasmine

Hammamet Yasmine

Yasmine Hammamet is the new Tunisian resort and first in the top of our recommendations. Situated just one hour from Tunis Carthage airport and the Monastir and Hammamet just 6 minutes, the resort offers over 45 top hotels, best restaurants, gardens and wide streets with palm trees. Yasmine Hammamet stretches over 4 km of beach and has an area of 278 ha. Boasts resort hotels, villas and bungalows in a 80% fall in category 4 and 5 star hotels. Along with the most recently built hotel chains, Yasmine Hammamet is remarkable not only because of Medina, traditional markets (souks), thalasoterapie centers, commercial galleries, green spaces and animation centers but also two famous golf courts, and Yasmine Cytrus, located just 5 km from the resort.


Cities in Monastir region

Monastir City

Monastir City

The city of Monastir is situated on the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia, at a distance of 160 km from the capital Tunis. It is the capital of Monastir Governorate, an important airport and one of the most important resorts on the Tunisian coast. Monastir has been inhabited since time immemorial, archaeologists have found here Berber settlements, a Phoenician port, a Carthaginian and Roman city, a colony of Byzantine and finally the center of the city is famous Christian monastery and given the modern name of the town, Monastir of course coming from the Monastery.


Mahdia

Mahdia

Mahdia, Arabic: (al-Mahdiya), is a Tunisian coastal city with 37,000 inhabitants. Tucked away like a precious jewel between Sousse and Sfax, this lovely port modestly conceals its prestigious and adventurous past. Proclaimed the capital of Tunisia in 921, Mahdia was long the center of a power struggle between the Caliph of Cairo and local sovereigns. Repeatedly attacked by nomads, Genoese navies, Sicilian troops, liberated by the Berbers, Mahdia became a headquarters for the pirates of Dargouth and battles with Spanish and Maltese knights. Mahdia of today is that of the fisherman mending his nets and the silk weavers in the Rue Sidi Jaber.


Skanes

Skanes

If you like sun, Skanes holidays are ideal for you. Skanes is located on the east coast of the country, enjoys many sunny days throughout the year. Skanes is a warm climate all the year round, with peak season temperatures of 30-35 degrees Celsius. The region enjoys 300 days of sunshine per year and is often lauded Skanes lack of rainy days. Skanes Beach enjoying white sand washed by a blue sea. Most hotels have their own private beach with this beautiful white sand so you can sunbathe and relax in privacy. Snorkelling, swimming and other water sports activities are present along the beach of Skanes, so you can be sure that it will not get bored on your vacation.


Skanes Monastir

Skanes Monastir

One of the most beautiful cities in Tunisia, located about 160 kilometers from Tunis, has an international airport. The town is dominated by the imposing building of the monastery Ribat of the Eighteenth century and a mosque dateing the Nineteenth Century. The city is especially known as the birthplace of the first president Habib Bourghuiba. A special attention desurves the Bourghuiba wonderful family mausoleum, built in traditional style with two minarets and a golden dome in the middle. The harbour with ships and yachts is called Cap Monastir, and on the beaches nearby, called Skanes, we find luxury hotels.


Cities in Nabeul region

Tabarka

Tabarka

Only 10 kilometers from the Algerian border, Tabarka a splendid port extends at the foot of a green coated mountain lined the streams. In the Phoenician times it was a trading port, now combines modern with original. The old town attractions includes Les Aquilles (several boat horns sharp like needle), Genoese fort on an island that is connected to land by a causeway. International Jazz Festival in July / August for two weeks attracts thousands of amateur music worldwide. It is the ideal place to harmoniously combine golf, thalassotherapy, fishing, diving or relaxing on the beaches with fine sand.


Gammarth

Gammarth

Gammarth is a seaside resort town on the Mediterranean Sea in the Tunis Governorate of Tunisia, located some 15 to 20 kilometres north of Tunis, adjacent to La Marsa.


Nabeul

Nabeul

Nabeul is a Mediterranean city with a millennial culture. The residence city of Nabeul governorate and heir of the ancient and glorious "Neapolis", it is situated on the Eastern coast of Tunisia, near the island of Cap Bon, 63 km from the capital Tunis and to 10 km of well-known resort Hammamet. Since sec. XVIII-XIX, Nabeul has achieved progressively through the core structure of quasi-permanent or Mdina el Arab, which is preserved today. This was achieved through a large number of works of architecture built over the years, either in a spontaneous manner or in a highly organized.


Cities in Djerba Island region

Djerba

Djerba

Djerba, the island that is situated on the southern shore of the Mediterranean coast 125 km, with an area of 514 km2, located in a small monastery only,''Syrte (Gulf of Gabes). It has bay-shaped line traversing part. With the two peninsulas Jorf and Zarzis, Djerba ensure separation Bougrara Creek is where communication with ease Adjim channel and Kantra Strait between the southern point of the village of Ras and the Ras Terbella Khsim him. Hovering close to the mainland, Djerba has been linked in antiquity Zarzis peninsula through a Roman road, but today is now a modern road 6 km long.


Houmt Souk

Houmt Souk

Houmt Souk, Djerba's capital, has over 40,000 inhabitants, is a stylish and diverse city, with a colorful souk with small stands linked by arches, this quiet town attracts many visitors with simple and authentic style. Here we can find everything from jewelry (masterfully performed by artists Hebrew), clothing and souvenirs, sea sponges to local fishing.


Cities in Tunis region

Tunis

Tunis

Tunis is located close by in the north of Lake Tunis and the Gulf of Tunis a low lagoon in the Mediterranean. The city is the historic city center (Medina), the city expanded again during the colonial period as. City neighborhoods are: Le Bardo (district government) where there are a number of museums, the Belvedere neighborhood, El Menzah, Ariana, and South Megrine and Ben Arous. During the colonial period, the French have built a street bus and a 10 km long dike along Lake Tunis. The bus was later extended, now connecting the port of La Goulette city in northern port is historic settlements of the Phoenicians founded Carthage, Sidi Bou Said, La Marsa and Gammarth.


La Marsa

La Marsa

The old summer capital of pre-colonial Tunisia, La Marsa is a coastal city in northeastern Tunisia, located near the capital Tunis from which it is connected by road, being a holiday destination for many wealthy Tunisians.