Hammamet Beach

Nabeul beach

Nabeul beach is long with beautiful sand in this, the Tunisian Saint-Tropez. There are also excellent opportunities for water sports such as paragliding, jet-skiing or banana boats, as well as camel or horseback riding. Nearby ...

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Nabeul beach is long with beautiful sand in this, the Tunisian Saint-Tropez. There are also excellent opportunities for water sports such as paragliding, jet-skiing or banana boats, as well as camel or horseback riding. Nearby Nabeul is famed for its beautiful pottery and ceramics, and has a heaving market on a Friday, ideal for picking up a bargain. Also, only 2km (1.2 miles) away is Dar Chaabane, a village noted for its beautiful stone carvings.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding

Watersports

  • Banana boats
  • Jetskiing
  • Paragliding

El Haouaria beach

A ribbon of golden beaches, still unspoiled by the masses of annual tourists. The water is as clear as crystal, and each beach is totally safe. There are not many attractions in this area bar the surrounding sleepy villages, bu...

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A ribbon of golden beaches, still unspoiled by the masses of annual tourists. The water is as clear as crystal, and each beach is totally safe. There are not many attractions in this area bar the surrounding sleepy villages, but are perfect if you are looking to escape to somewhere low-key. It is also a noteworthy spot for birdwatchers, with many rare species on display during the annual trans-Mediterranean migrations.

Facilities

  • Low-key
  • Family-friendly

 

Hammamet beach

On Hammamet beach, the sand is golden and the sea is clear. And best reached by camel. You don’t have to arrive that way, but when in Rome – or in this case Tunisia – and how many opportunities do you get to ride a camel to the...

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On Hammamet beach, the sand is golden and the sea is clear. And best reached by camel. You don’t have to arrive that way, but when in Rome – or in this case Tunisia – and how many opportunities do you get to ride a camel to the beach? From your spot on the hump you’ll see the long arc of gold sand and the line of green behind it, out of which the hotels peep their roofs.

Hammamet is also famed for it's excellent diving and watersport facilities, offering up such amusements as catamarans and pedaloes, waterskiing, windsurfing, snorkelling and scuba diving to add some exhilaration to a lazy day!

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding

Watersports

  • Pedaloes
  • Catamarans
  • Windsurfing
  • Waterskiing
  • Scuba diving/snorkelling

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

Kelibia beach

A huge beach, considered one of the finest Tunisia has to offer. It is by the lovely, quiet yet sprawling town of Kelibia (which has previously won awards for being the cleanest town in Tunisia), ideal for exploring. Don't forg...

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A huge beach, considered one of the finest Tunisia has to offer. It is by the lovely, quiet yet sprawling town of Kelibia (which has previously won awards for being the cleanest town in Tunisia), ideal for exploring. Don't forget to take in the harbour, and climb up to the recently-restored fortress that offers an amazing view of the port below. Opportunities for watersports are also available.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Low-key

Watersports

  • Pedaloes
  • Sailing
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