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Hammamet Beach

Hammamet Beach — white sand covers this beach (along with the rest of the country’s coast), meeting up with crystal clear blue water. The water is surprisingly clean, and many tourists travel to Hammamet just to enjoy the beach and the water sports available there. Festivals and small events are often held on the beach […]

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Golf Palm Links

Golf Palm Links (795 Skanes, Monastir) – located 85 km. south of Hammamet (or 145 km. south of Tunis), this is another popular golfing destination in Tunisia. Opened in November 1994, the Palm Links Golf Course is situated in front of the beach hotels at Skanes (a popular tourist area). Practice facilities include a semi […]

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Friguia Animal Park

Friguia Animal Park (Km. 88, Bouficha) – located just north of Sousse, this wildlife park, set up by the Kanta Hotel, Port El Kantaoui, Sousse, was created in collaboration with South African and European specialists, and it participates in a world program to save endangered species. Over 30 animal species live in large enclosures at […]

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Diving

Diving — Diving in Tunisia is generally shore-based and centered around the tourist towns of Tabarka, Cap Bon and Hammamet. There is a WWII wreck to discover off the coast of Hammamet, colorful underwater fauna in Hergla, underwater archaeological sites in Mahdia, hidden caves and colorful fish in Djerba, as well as beautiful grouper fish […]

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Golf Citrus Course

Golf Citrus Course (Autoroute A1, Hammamet) – this is the first 45-hole complex in Tunisia, an international golf concept created around seven lakes in a 173-hectare large area with olive trees and forests. The golf course is located only a few minutes away from the Bay of Hammamet. The course, designed by Ronald Fream, makes […]

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Carthageland Hammamet

Carthageland Hammamet (Ruze de la Médina, Hammamet) — while it doesn’t boast the worldwide reputation of Disneyland, Carthageland is still regarded as a fantastic theme park and can make a great day out for those visiting Hammamet. Naturally, it contains countless rides, shops and restaurants, but the unique selling point about Carthageland is undoubtedly the […]

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Tunis City Mall

Tunis City Mall — If you are looking for a little bit of a western type feel to your shopping experience, Tunis City Mall would be a good option. It is the largest shopping mall in Tunis. It spans over 12,000 feet and is filled with several large and recognizable shopping stores. It also contains […]

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Soula Shopping Center

Soula Shopping Center (Avenue Mohamed V, Sousse) — Soula shopping center is located just at the entrance of the Medina of Sousse, specifically in Martyrs Square, opposite the port of Sousse. It is a large shopping center with a variety of all kinds of shops, from souvenirs, typical products of Sousse, clothes, etc. The advantage […]

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Le Palmarium

Le Palmarium (Avenue Habib Bourguiba & Avenue Carthage, Tunis) – once known as “Winter Garden”, this shopping center has 230 retailers (on four floors) and is reputed to be the largest in Tunis.

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Gammarth Center

Gammarth Center (Gammarth) – this chic mall caters to the tourists in this beach area, with international retailers, such as Armani Jeans, Daniel Hechter, Geox, Lagerfeld, Timberland, and Villebrequin. There’s also a Carrefour supermarket and an Apple (iPhone) store.