Customer Service

Chat

Holidays to Tunisia

If you’re looking for a sun-drenched vacation but want somewhere a little more exotic than Europe but a lot closer than the Caribbean, Tunisia could be your ‘just right’ option!

A mere 3 hours away from the UK, Tunisia is considered to be the gateway to Africa and boasts long ribbons of palm-fringed sands, warm cerulean Mediterranean waters, towns and villages speckled with souks, medinas and fascinating ruins from Tunisia’s Carthaginian past, not to mention the Sahara desert in the south of the country.

Tunisia’s tourism industry is well-developed and many resorts have contemporary hotels, excellent facilities and an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars that you would expect from a modern holiday destination. Outside of these main resorts, you’ll find a rich culture and an engaging history that makes Tunisia more than just a sea-and-sand destination.

The country maintains a minimum spring-like temperature year-round, soaring into the low 30s in the peak of summer, particularly in regions around the Sahara which doesn’t afford much for a sea breeze!

LANGUAGE Arabic
CURRENCY Tunisian Dinar
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2-3 hrs
COST OF A BEER 3 DT
3 COURSE MEAL 17 DT

Top Resorts in Tunisia

Djerba

Djerba, an island of whitewashed houses, rolling sand dunes and tropical beaches off the coast of Tunisia, is a mini paradise that attracts those who are looking for a relaxing holiday in the sun.

READ MORE

Hammamet

Hammamet has been a popular resort in Tunisia since the 1920s when it was popular with writers and artists coming here to soak up its laidback vibe, and the tourist trade has only grown since then!

READ MORE

Monastir

Monastir was traditionally a fishing port but over the years it has grown into a hotspot for tourists craving culture, history and that all important warm weather.

READ MORE

Port El Kantaoui

With a modern marina lined with restaurants and cafes, a long sandy beach that is pristine and a selection of golf courses that are good enough for the pros, Port El Kantaoui is a great place to enjoy a relaxing holiday.

READ MORE

Sousse

Sousse is one of the liveliest and most popular places in Tunisia, offering a beautiful white-sand beaches, historical buildings and colourful markets for the sunshine-following holidaymaker.

READ MORE

Tunis

The busy capital city of Tunis is the largest city in Tunisia. It may not be the place for a full on relaxing beach holiday but it is the perfect place to dive into Tunisia’s culture!

READ MORE

Location of Tunisia

VIEW MAP