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With a Mediterranean coastline, glorious year-round climate and buckets of fun in the sun, a holiday in Tunisia makes for a fantastic summer escape. Of course Tunisia is rich in culture too, and any visit here is a chance to discover its wonderful heritage and dive into its captivating culture.
For the ultimate island escape, Djerba is a fantastic sun-drenched hideaway. It’s relatively new on the Tunisian holiday scene, but it has wasted no time in scoring plenty of plus points with sun-seekers. Boasting long white sandy beaches, sparkling shores and glorious island scenery, Djerba is a fabulous Mediterranean escape.
For something a little more buzzing, try the resort of Sousse. Rich in heritage and bathed in year-round sunshine, Sousse serves up a wonderful blend of modern beach escape with a traditional Tunisian lifestyle. With its Roman ruins, white-washed houses and classic North African architecture, not to mention its spectacular and historic medina – a cobweb of ancient winding alleyways and streets that has earned its place in the UNESCO heritage books – Sousse is a pretty impressive place.
And if you really want to get away from it all, you can’t beat Dar el Said. With rustling palm trees and an idyllic, laid-back lifestyle, Dar el Said ticks all the right boxes.
Getting to Tunisia is easy, thanks to a network of tour operators providing package holidays to this fantastic corner of the world. When you travel to Tunisia with a mainstream tour operator, your transport essentials including return flights and local resort transfers will be included, along with nightly accommodation. You’ll also have the services of a locally based representative, who can offer advice on local tours and trips so you can really get the most out of this soul-stirring destination.
With so much to see and do, when will you discover Tunisia?
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