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La Marsa

La Marsa is one of the prettiest and chicest beaches in Tunis. Its white sands are regularly filled with beautiful people and it offers a wide variety of water sports. The calm emerald water is also safe for children.

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La Marsa is one of the prettiest and chicest beaches in Tunis. Its white sands are regularly filled with beautiful people and it offers a wide variety of water sports. The calm emerald water is also safe for children.

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Raf Raf beach

The beach at Raf Raf is one of Tunisia’s most beautiful. Even arriving at Raf Raf is quite spectacular, as the road runs through the mountains, allowing the port, surrounding bay and beaches to appear beneath you as you arrive....

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The beach at Raf Raf is one of Tunisia’s most beautiful. Even arriving at Raf Raf is quite spectacular, as the road runs through the mountains, allowing the port, surrounding bay and beaches to appear beneath you as you arrive.

Raf Raf’s quality can be assured by it’s popularity with the Tunisians themselves, and therefore is also a great spot to get under the skin of the national culture.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Family-friendly

Watersports

  • Windsurfing
  • Paragliding
  • Scuba diving/snorkelling
  • Sailing
Praia beach

Tabarka beach

The resort of Tabarka has been recently developed around an elegant marina, Porto Corallo, and magnificent beaches surrounded by golden sand dunes and the famed scenery of Northern Tunisia,with its rugged cliffs and caves and b...

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The resort of Tabarka has been recently developed around an elegant marina, Porto Corallo, and magnificent beaches surrounded by golden sand dunes and the famed scenery of Northern Tunisia,with its rugged cliffs and caves and beaches surrounded by cork and mimosa trees. It's beaches are smooth, clean, child-friendly and are never really overcrowded. Tabarka is also becoming a popular spot with divers, who come here from all over the world, as there are some beautiful stretches of reef nearby that are easily reachable by boat.

Also, Tabarka is one of few places in Tunisia where the beach faces south, which means you can sunbathe and face the sea simultaneously, a great plus for all sun worshippers.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Family-friendly
  • Golf course nearby

Watersports:

  • Sailing
  • Scuba diving/snorkelling
Tabarka beach

Hammamet Beach

Monastir beach

The soft golden beaches are just six miles away from Monastir's illuminated domes and gilt-tipped minarets, which look stunning at night - perfect after a hard day's sunbathing. Also, in Monastir watersports are as common as pa...

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The soft golden beaches are just six miles away from Monastir's illuminated domes and gilt-tipped minarets, which look stunning at night - perfect after a hard day's sunbathing. Also, in Monastir watersports are as common as parasols, and boasts the premier diving school of Tunisia.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding

Watersports

  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Banana boats
  • Motorboats
  • Windsurfing
  • Waterskiing
  • Scuba diving/snorkelling
  • Sailing
Monastir

Mahdia beach

Offers opportunities for jetskiing, windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving and pedaloes. Within half a mile is Mahdia town centre, with its various restaurants (serving excellent seafood - try the local speciality of sardines) ...

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Offers opportunities for jetskiing, windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving and pedaloes. Within half a mile is Mahdia town centre, with its various restaurants (serving excellent seafood - try the local speciality of sardines) and hotels, horse and camel riding, as well as a six lane bowling alley. And HabibBouguibaMonastirAirport is only 45km (27 miles) away.

Facilities

  • Family friendly
  • Horse/camel riding

Watersports

  • Pedaloes
  • Jetskiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Parasailing
  • Scuba diving

Djerba beach

South of Tunisia, the Isle of Djerba is known as the ‘Polynesia of the Mediterranean’, where over 10,000 palm trees rise from the sea like a mirage, ringed by miles of superb sand beaches. And the weather is perfect for year-ro...

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South of Tunisia, the Isle of Djerba is known as the ‘Polynesia of the Mediterranean’, where over 10,000 palm trees rise from the sea like a mirage, ringed by miles of superb sand beaches. And the weather is perfect for year-round windsurfing.

The best beaches are on the northeast coast, but most are privately owned by the resort hotels in the Zone Touristique, with the exception of a few stretches such as the Plage des 5,000 Ans (Beach of 5,000 Years), 8km (5 miles) from Houmt Souk, and, further on, the Plage Municipale (Municipal Beach). The quieter beaches are between Aghir and el-Kantara.

Facilities

  • Horse/camel riding
  • Low-key
  • Family-friendly
  • Golf course nearby

Watersports

  • Pedaloes
  • Catamarans
  • Windsurfing
  • Kitesurfing

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
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