Tourism in Tunisia

Tunisia is considered as a melting pot of the Mediterranean. Indeed, as it is located at the crossroads of Africa, the East and the West, in the heart of the Mediterranean ethnic mixing, Tunisia offers a multiplicity of faces in harmony with its culture and traditions but geared as well towards progress and modernity…it seems to gather in one single place the various looks of the towns around the Mediterranean basin. In Tunisia, you will enjoy discovering a legacy of 3000 years of history made of great civilizations while appreciating nature in all of its aspects, sea, mountains, plains and desert. Tunisia unites various geographical, climatic and cultural characteristics that make it ideal for lovers of areas where the sea, mountains, oak and willow trees forests overlap. The quietness of the sea is ideal for relaxation and energy rebuilding, Tunisia is also a great place to spend you day in various sports activities, such as golf overlooking the sea front, water sports, sailing, fishing…


Tunisia is the ideal place for thalasso services with its luxurious hotels, climate softness, sunny weather, 750 miles coastline and para-medical competency. Installations are found in top hotels and are equipped with sophisticated top of the line equipments. The hotels propose a la carte services. The Tunisian government imposed very rigorous standards in terms of equipments and requires the presence of a doctor, medical staff and chiropractors.



Walking and Hiking

Walking and Hiking in the Tunisian hinterland is worth a detour. On foot, you can set off and explore Djerba’s rural tracks or the shady, winding roads around Tabarka, in the area around the mountains of the North West to give you a foretaste of the little-known scenery that is made for ramblers. For example, the vast verdant landscape of forest in Ain Draham, the red-roofed town, this is perfect for long walks, and the steep mountains of the west, for trekking.





Tunisia guarantees a golf holiday where everything is just a little different. The sunsets, the exotic sights, the atmosphere, the local color ... golf can be an adventure in itself, but Tunisia guarantees that your adventures will continue when you take off your golf shoes... Tunisia is rapidly gaining a reputation for being one of the Mediterranean’s foremost golfing destinations. Firmly established on the international circuit after hosting series of international championships, Tunisia’s courses have earned warm praise from professionals and amateurs alike. Its temperate year-round climate provides ideal golfing conditions.
The golf courses in Tunisia operate all year long. Although very diverse, they all have one thing in common: they were established on premium sites, whether it is near the sea, the mountain or the desert, they all offer very beautiful panoramas.
Currently, Tunisia has eight main courses that are stretching the entire length of the Mediterranean coast, which were built and designed by Masters of great talent such as Ronald Fream or Martin Hawtree.





Water activities

Water sports are very popular in Tunisia: from boat rides to upward parachute, windsurfing, catamaran, pedal boats, jet skis and water skiing. There is currently more than sixty nautical centers or bases throughout the coastline that are subject to very rigorous controls and draconian safety requirements. Tunisia’s clear waters, coral beds and diverse sea life make it a popular destination for scuba diving. Tabarka Yachting Club and the International Diving Centre at Port el Kantaoui are recognized by the World Confederation for Diving and offer fully equipped lessons and trips. Port el Kantaoui and Yasmine Hammamet’s are ports of international standard offering mooring for hundreds of boats, harbor-master’s office, deep-sea navigation school, sailing school, ship-chandler, boat-rental and a dry-docking area with maintenance shops. Among other windsurfing (and water-skiing) centers is Le Club Nautique de Sidi-Bou Said, which has a marina complex.




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