With its beautiful beaches, which stretch endlessly along the Mediterranean and with guaranteed sun, Tunisia is an ideal tourist destination. But in addition to sand, sea and sun, Tunisia has a lot to offer: fertile land in the north, a desert region, picturesque towns and villages in the interior of the country, as well as traces of a long and exciting past.
The geographical position of Tunisia has left it suitable for the influence of other countries since time immemorial, and for three thousand years it has witnessed the passage of Phoenicians, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs, Turks, Spaniards and finally the French. All of them left proof of their presence. Today, Tunisia is still a bridge between the Western, African and Islamic worlds.
Tunisia is known for its all-inclusive resorts and numerous hotels right next to the beach. You can opt for accommodation on an all-inclusive basis and relax on the hotel terraces with swimming pools, easy walks and meet local people, or if you still want a more active vacation, you can choose various city tours, visits to historical sites, jeep safaris in the desert, camel riding, diving, visiting desert oases, etc.
Medina, or the old city district of Tunisia, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. it was built during the seventh century, and today it is a testimony to the former power of this city. Visitors can return to the distant past, wandering through the labyrinths of narrow and winding streets. Barter with local souvenir sellers can also be bargained. Here you can see and buy numerous handmade items, such as carpets, jewelry, ceramics, and much more.
If you are looking for a place to sunbathe, with rich and fresh cuisine and nightclubs, then head to Hammamet - they still call it the Tunisian Saint Tropez. Located on the fertile Cap Bon Peninsula, about 65km south of Tunisia, Baifront Resort is surrounded by green hills and citrus forests.
This charming country has a Mediterranean climate, with warm and dry summers and mild winters. A tour of Tunisia is best in the spring, from mid-March to mid-May, with warm temperatures and wildflowers covering the interior of the country. Summers are great for the beach, but summer in Tunisia is a high tourist season, so expect higher prices and a bunch of tourists.
Tunisia offers its visitors all of this and much more. This is a country of culture and tradition connected with the modern way of life and an ideal destination for an unforgettable dream trip.