Marhaba beach

This stretch of Tunisia is famed for its clean, white sand, as well as cafes serving fresh and delicious food all along the beach, in case all that sunbathing makes you hungry!

Facilities

Watersports (available May to October)

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This stretch of Tunisia is famed for its clean, white sand, as well as cafes serving fresh and delicious food all along the beach, in case all that sunbathing makes you hungry!

Facilities

Watersports (available May to October)

  • Windsurfing

  • Water skiing

  • Pedaloes

Boujaffar beach

The long white sandy beach of Boujaffar stretches from the centre of Sousse to Port El Kantaoui, 10km (6 miles) away. In summer the beaches are packed with holidaymakers until late at night, when Tunisian families come to enjoy...

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The long white sandy beach of Boujaffar stretches from the centre of Sousse to Port El Kantaoui, 10km (6 miles) away. In summer the beaches are packed with holidaymakers until late at night, when Tunisian families come to enjoy a picnic and the cooler air. A wide selection of watersports is available all along the beach including paragliding, windsurfing, waterskiing and jetskiing.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Paragliding

Watersports

  • Banana boats
  • Windsurfing
  • Waterskiing
  • Jetskiing

Kerkennah Islands

Located on the eastern coast of Tunisia, Kerkennah’s gently sloping shore means the sea remains shallow for yards and yards out, making the beaches here among the most child-friendly in the Mediterranean.

If you are in the Kerke...

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Located on the eastern coast of Tunisia, Kerkennah’s gently sloping shore means the sea remains shallow for yards and yards out, making the beaches here among the most child-friendly in the Mediterranean.

If you are in the Kerkennah Islands, you are looking to relax and escape. The island's main quality is that it is tranquil and unspoiled, with not much monopolising your time apart from exploring the sleepy villages, or the odd spot of birdwatching. You can cycle around the two main islands (joined by a causeway) and seek out the most isolated beaches; stroll north from the main resort at Sidi Frej to find the remains of an old Ottoman fort, or spend a day on a boat with local fishermen hauling in some denizens of the deep for your supper - octopus is the local speciality so try your luck!

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Low-key
  • Family friendly

Watersports

  • Windsurfing
  • Sailing

Sidi Bou Said beach

The quaint town of Sidi Bou Said, on the Côte de Carthage, is famed throughout Tunisia for being an artist’s paradise as it is so picturesque. Lined with whitewashed walls, arched blue doors and balconies with intricate metalwo...

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The quaint town of Sidi Bou Said, on the Côte de Carthage, is famed throughout Tunisia for being an artist’s paradise as it is so picturesque. Lined with whitewashed walls, arched blue doors and balconies with intricate metalwork, and flowers everywhere, Sidi Bou Said is a close to picture-perfect as anywhere in the Mediterranean.

The beaches and surrounding ocean are clean and clear, and only a stone’s throw from Tunisia’s capital if you are looking to escape the city.

Despite the many tourists that visit each year, it still has a village atmosphere and the feeling of a low profile resort. If you feel like a break from the beach and are visiting the town, don’t forget to take a look round the impressive marina, or take a wander up the village path to the mountains if you’re feeling adventurous. There is also the innumerable ruins of Carthage, a major attraction in the area, and there are concerts to be enjoyed in it’s amphitheatre in the summer.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding

Watersports

  • Windsurfing
  • Sailing
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