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Tunisia – The Perfect Place For Vacation

Indigenous berber man with dromedary camels travelling in Sahara desert photos via Depositphotos

Reasons to visit Tunisia

The golden beaches and clear blue sea of Tunisia make the country a lovely place for a great summer vacation. The beautiful long coastline offers its visitors numerous opportunities for a pleasant, relaxing vacation and acts as a magnet to thousands of tourists from all over the world. The rich historical past of the North African state is also awe-inspiring.

White houses in Sid Bou Said, Tunisia.

Once you are in the country, you can enjoy really many ancient ruins, well-preserved Roman monuments, and amazing architecture. The places you can visit during your holiday are pretty much, so check below just several of them and plan better your unforgettable Tunisian summer.

The country’s capital is also called Tunisia. It is a contemporary metropolis where modern architecture with French colonial elements coexists with ancient monuments and remains of ancient civilizations. The colorful city with its luxury hotels, restaurants, markets, and landmarks is astonishing for an exotic and interesting summer vacation. Other places that worth your time and attention are:


Hammamet Beach Tunisia
Hammamet Beach Tunisia

This resort is one of the best in Tunisia, and it is located really close to the capital. Hammamet is a lovely place with miles of beaches with fine sand, sparkling sea, modern hotels, many cafes, restaurants, water attractions, magnificent sunrises, and sunsets.

You can also find many luxury discos, casinos, golf courses, fashionable boutiques, and shops offering traditional tunics and various souvenirs. It is really a place where you can hardly get bored. It is ideal for both family vacation and honeymoon.


Ribat of Sousse Tunisia
Ribat of Sousse Tunisia

It is another wonderful place for recreation and the third-largest city in Tunisia. Many historians say that this city is even more ancient than Carthage, which is more than 100% guarantee that you will have many chances to touch the great past in the best possible manner.

The amazing beaches with fine white sand, fine hotels with excellent service, shops, restaurants, and bars are waiting for you in this small paradise.

Port El Kantaoui 

Port El Kantaoui Marina by Tony Hisgett via Wikipedia CC
Port El Kantaoui Marina By Tony Hisgett – originally posted to Flickr as Port El Kantaoui Marina, Sousse, CC BY 2.0, CC

Sousse’s tourist area is located north of the city and offers colorful Arabic restaurants, plenty of green parks and alleys, many bars and restaurants, a diving center, a botanical garden, tennis courts, golf courses, and countless other water attractions.

Diving, snorkeling, and windsurfing are just some of them that you can practice while you are there. It is easy to get to this marvelous city because it is also located close to its capital.

Djerba Island Tunisia photo via Depositphotos
Djerba Island Tunisia photo via Depositphotos

There are also many other places that you can visit in Tunisia. If you have time, you have to see Roman Amphitheatre in El Jem, Tataouine, and Djerba Island. The best time to do that is from June to August, when the temperature is perfect for spending a whole day at the beach.

The prices in Tunisia are really affordable for many tourists, so be sure that you don’t have to be a billionaire to have incessant fun and relaxing time.

Tunisia Travel and Tour Packages

To help you plan out your visit to Tunisia, we listed places to visit and other amazing activities in Tunisia. We also listed some of the best travel deals and tour packages and excellent flight deals and accommodation.

Searching for the best hotels, resorts, and affordable flights in the nearby Cities? Check out our list of affordable Tunisia hotels and resorts via Agoda, Booking, or you may also see available Airbnb properties in the city.

Want more updates about new package tours and tourist spots in Tunisia? Follow #TeamOutofTown, on Facebook, TwitterInstagram, Bloglovin, and Pinterest for more travel ideas.

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Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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