Tunisia Holidays

Journey to a land of ancient civilizations, vibrant souks and mesmerising vistas, where endless golden dunes meet dreamy turquoise waters in a captivating symphony of exotic allure and culture.

Bask in the Mediterranean sun and North African mystique, where a rich tapestry of diverse cultures, ancient gems and intoxicating spice aromas transports its visitors to a world of sensory delights.

Delve into a fascinating history as you explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dougga, indulge in the therapeutic benefits of the hot springs in Korbous and wander through the labyrinthine alleys of the medina, the ornate ruins of Carthage and extravagant markets. Whether taking in the Sahara's arid desert dunes or melting into its glittering sea waters - Tunisia is a true oasis of enigmatic charm and fascinating beauty, that ignites your wanderlust and offers an unforgettable experience for the adventurous at heart.

Resorts in Tunisia

General information
Time Difference

Time zones difference between Tunisia and the UK is 0 hours.


Tunisian Dinar

Currency can be changed at currency exchange offices, banks, as well as at the post office. In the resort areas both Visa and Mastercard cards and TND in cash are accepted for payment.

When exchanging money, please note that currency exchange offices may charge a commission for each transaction.

Top 5 Things To Do
Monastir - A Captivating Gem

Visit Moknine, a small village that's got caught up in a time warp and decided to embrace it. Everywhere you look, you’ll see colourful buildings with intricate tiles and charming courtyards with vibrant flowers. Enjoy the food, in particular the fresh fish and delicious couscous that will leave your taste buds wanting more. If you're in the town centre, make sure you check out Moknine's folk museum. It's located in the former Mosque of Sidi Babana and definitely worth a visit!

Skanes - Reflect On History

Pay tribute to a great leader by visiting the Mausoleum of Habib Bourguiba. Step into the magnificent complex and immerse yourself in the legacy of Tunisia's founding father. Admire the stunning architecture and serene surroundings as you learn about the remarkable achievements and vision of Bourguiba.

Hammamet - Explore The Detour

Go through the winding alleys of Nabeul, stopping in the quaint shops to buy some handcrafted ceramics or a plaited mat made by a local artisan. The area around the Craft Making Centre is well-known for the abundance and low cost of its textiles. Visit the Nabeul Archaeological Museum on Avenue Habib Bourguiba while you're in town. The Punic and Roman artefacts that were unearthed from the archaeological sites on the peninsula are the highlights of this tiny, but interesting museum that provides a detailed introduction to the history of Cap Bon.

Sousse - A Colossal Marvel

Fancy a day trip from Sousse? Head to El Jem Amphitheatre, where you can choose between public and private tours of the enormous golden stone amphitheatre. We recommend the train trip since it is the most relaxing option especially if you're travelling solo. Stop at the archaeological museum after seeing out the amphitheatre to learn more about the remnants of this area's prosperous Roman era!

Djerba - A Vibrant Chaos

Be part of the charged atmosphere! We recommend visiting Djerba during July to August to have the time of your life at the Ulysse Festival! Theatre shows, music events and film screenings in Houmt Souk's busy streets and quaint squares create a true party ambiance. Don't worry if you don't speak a foreign language; you'll get the vibe and enjoy it anyhow. Just blend in with the crowd and go with the flow!

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