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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

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
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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

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

Houmt Souk beach

Surrounded by palm trees, with clear water and fine golden sand, Houmt Souk beach is quieter than many other tourist hotspots. However, there are still opportunities for beachside horseriding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, pedalos,...

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Surrounded by palm trees, with clear water and fine golden sand, Houmt Souk beach is quieter than many other tourist hotspots. However, there are still opportunities for beachside horseriding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, pedalos, sailing, and scuba diving, with cycle or motorbike hire, luxurious thalasso spas, and a world-class golfing range also nearby. You might even catch sight of the island's native flamingoes!

Facilities

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

Watersports

  • Pedaloes
  • Windsurfing
  • Kitesurfing
  • Scuba diving
  • 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

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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