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Tunisia Holidays 2016

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Tempting Tunisia

With its unique blend of North African atmosphere and Mediterranean sophistication, Tunisia holidays are unforgettable. With idyllic stretches of sandy white beaches, fascinating culture and rich history, you’ll find more than enough to do in this enticing country.

Of course, the ideal spot for relaxation is within the setting of sand, sea and surf – but go beyond the beaches and you’ll find a wealth of things to do to keep you captivated. Dive in with a scuba-diving trip, meander your way through vivid reefs or head out to the desert on a camel safari. Whatever you choose to do and whichever part of Tunisia you choose to explore, holidays to Tunisia will provide you with an experience to remember.

Substance and Style

With its spectacular choice of luxury and stylish 5-star hotels, Hammamet is the resort long thought of as the St Tropez of Tunisia. With its luxurious gardens, wide beaches and crystal-clear waters, this holiday hotspot is the ideal location to base yourself – whether you’re looking to laze on the sunbed or indulge in the wealth of water sports available at the water’s edge.

Alternatively, those seeking a dose of paradisiacal bliss during their Tunisia holidays should head to nearby Djerba. An idyllic spot in the south-east, this resort is famed for its stunning landscapes of palm trees and sand-swept beaches. The perfect destination to kick back and relax in, you’ll find plenty of sunshine here! Culture vultures should choose to stay in Sousse, the prime location to take in the sights of stunning mosques and fascinating archaeology

Culture Capital

Tunisia is proud of its ancient past, with many stunning historic sites for you to take in on your holidays to Tunisia. With cultural offerings that will give Egypt a run for its money, you won’t run out of things to do in a hurry. Visit Carthage to catch a glimpse of the fantastically preserved Roman Baths, part of the famed Carthaginian ruins. Although nearby Monastir and Sousse are known as beach resorts, they also have a rich historical heritage of their own. Fascinating museums, an authentic medina and souk allow you to delve deep into the country’s history and discover the stunning architecture of the Byzantine era.

If you prefer shopping to museums, you’ll revel in the experience of Nebeul Market. Hailed as North Africa’s largest street markets, you’ll find everything from chocolate to couscous readily available for you to sample. A beautiful showcase of colour, smells and flavours, this bustling market is a wonderful experience – just leave some room in your suitcase for souvenirs!

Adrenaline junkies heading off on holidays to Tunisia needn’t worry either – there are plenty of thrill-rides and sports to keep even the most active traveller happy on their getaway. Head down to the marina for its great diving centre and deep-sea adventures – offering you the chance to head deep into the ocean. Alternatively, take a trip to the beach – here, you’ll find a wealth of water sports, everything from paragliding to water-skiing. When it’s time to wind down, indulge in a traditional hammam steam bath – perfect for maintaining sun-kissed skin and ensuring the ideal finale to your holidays in Tunisia.

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As if the wildlife and the beaches were not beautiful enough, the coral reefs beneath the waters’ surface cannot be missed, and provide excellent diving opportunities for all ages and abilities. Find diving centres in Hammamet, Djerba, Hergla and Monastir where you can learn and improve on your technique.

Desert Treks

Make the most of the Saharan landscape by taking a desert trek around the inland sands. Let a horse or a camel carry you in the direction you choose and see the sights and attractions of the area on a tour with a difference. Or for more adrenaline, hire a jeep and jolt your way over the dusty dunes.

Water Sports

The area’s coast enjoys a long sailing season due to its gentle yet persistent winds, and therefore also provides suitable conditions for other sports such as windsurfing, pedalos and waterskiing. Hammamet and Sousse offer ample facilities for such pursuits, although you will never be far from sport resorts along the Tunisian coast.

Tunisia Golf

A golfer’s paradise can be found in Hammamet, where Citrus Gold Course offers two 18 hole courses and a 9 hole course for all types of golfers as well as a shop and restaurant to keep everyone occupied. For an even bigger range, head to Kantaoui where you will find a 36 hole golf course.