Tunisia is one of the smallest countries in Africa, which is most often visited by tourists. In a sense, this is due to the liberal approach to morals, shocking in the Islamic state. There is certainly something to do in Tunisia: the beautiful Mediterranean coast, as well as historic Carthage, encourages.
It is a country where tourists have paradise beaches, oriental monuments, azure sea, and delicious cuisine. In this place, hospitable and cheerful residents are friendly to the large numbers of tourists coming from all over the world. The season starts in April and lasts until November, so you can enjoy the sun here for a long time.
Tunisia is a country of contrasts and landscape diversity. This land of the sun is a great idea for a unique holiday. By going on a trip to Tunisia you will find charming olive groves, wild deserts, lush oasis vegetation, the unique Atlas Mountains, and white, sandy beaches on the crystal clear sea. It is a country that smells of saffron, with Roman ruins and Islamic mosques. There is a plane of narrow streets, small shops, colorful souks, golden beaches, and interesting culture.
It is a country with an Arab origin, however, located in Africa. It is the smallest country of this type in North Africa. By its location, it neighbors only two countries: Algeria to the west and Libya to the east. The sum of the length of the land borderlines is slightly larger than the length of the shoreline through which Tunisia has access to the Mediterranean. Despite the small area, Tunisia is quite diverse in terms of terrain. The size of the country calculated from north to south is more than twice as large as the line connected east and west.
The culture of Tunisia is a mixture of early Christian influence with Islamic and Arab culture. Today, one can speak to a large extent about the influence of Europe on Tunisian culture, but still many of its elements have been preserved in the antique form. Particularly noteworthy here are the elements of artistic craftsmanship, which is distinguished by its Arabic pedigree and is cultivated until today.
Fans of searching for the history and culture of the region in monuments will particularly like the area of Carthage, where Roman, Byzantine, and later Arabic influence has survived.
The most populare destinations to visit in Tunisia include: Tunis, Midoun, Sousse, Nabeul, Houmt Souk, La Marsa, Tozeur and Aghir.
The most frequent picks for best city breaks in Tunisia include: Hammamet, Port El Kantaoui, Monastir, Mahdia, Kelibia, Sfax, Gammarth and Zarzis.
The average nightly rate for a hotel in Tunisia is $25. A 5-star hotel in Tunisia costs $59 on average, while a 4-star hotel will cost around $28. A 3-star hotel, on the other hand, costs around $20 per night.
The best hotels for couples in Tunisia are: Villa Archen Soliman plage, Golden Tulip Taj Sultan, The Orangers Beach Resort & Bungalows, Iberostar Averroes, Hammamet Garden Resort and Spa, Vincci Nozha Beach, Shell Beach Hotel & Spa, Dar Khayam, Residence Romane and Guesthouse Villamar.
Some of the best-rated family hotels in Tunisia include: Villa Archen Soliman plage, Villa vue mer a Hergla, Golden Tulip Taj Sultan, The Orangers Beach Resort & Bungalows, Iberostar Averroes, Hammamet Garden Resort and Spa, Vincci Nozha Beach, Shell Beach Hotel & Spa, Dar Khayam and Residence Romane.
The most notable pet-friendly hotels in Tunisia include: El Mouradi Palace, Hotel Nour Palace Resort & Thalasso, Mehari Hammamet, Cesar Thalasso, The Sindbad, Royal Azur Thalasso Golf, Pallax Residence, Hotel Bel Azur Thalasso & Bungalows, El Mouradi Tozeur and Villa Azur Djerba.
The finest examples of Tunisia luxury hotels include: Hotel Dar Ismail, Movenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis, El Hana International, Yadis Djerba Golf Thalasso & Spa, Abou Nawas Gammarth, Yadis Imperial Beach and Spa Resort, Gafsa Palace, La Villa Bleue, La Maison Blanche Tunis and Le Royal Hammamet.
The great examples of Tunisia best hotels include: Hotel Tabarka Beach, Iberostar Tabarka, Savana, Abou Nawas Africana, Movenpick Tunis, Corinthia Khamsa, Hotel Jugurtha Palace, Yadis Imperial Beach and Spa Resort, Oriental Palace and Dar Cherait.
The great examples of Tunisia cheap hotels include: Abou Nawas Gammarth, Yadis Imperial Beach and Spa Resort, Dar Cherait, Jasmina Playa, Oriental Palace, Iberostar Tabarka, Hotel Tabarka Beach, Abou Nawas Africana, Grand Oasis Hotel Hammamet and Savana.
Our list of Tunisia last minute deals include: Hotel Dar Ismail, Movenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis, El Hana International, Yadis Djerba Golf Thalasso & Spa, Abou Nawas Gammarth, Yadis Imperial Beach and Spa Resort, Gafsa Palace, La Villa Bleue, La Maison Blanche Tunis and Le Royal Hammamet.
Our list of the most popular hotels in Tunisia includes: Hotel Tabarka Beach, Iberostar Tabarka, Savana, Abou Nawas Africana, Movenpick Tunis, Corinthia Khamsa, Hotel Jugurtha Palace, Yadis Imperial Beach and Spa Resort, Oriental Palace and Dar Cherait.
Our list of the resorts in Tunisia includes: Palm Beach Palace Tozeur, El Mouradi Palace, Ramada Plaza Tunis, Carthage Thalasso Resort, The Residence Tunis, Royal Garden Palace, El Mouradi Gammarth, Golden Tulip Taj Sultan, Hotel Riu Imperial Marhaba and Concorde Green Park Palace.
Our list of the motels in Tunisia includes: Residence Tozeur Almadina, Motel Le Bon Coin and Hotel Afef.
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