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Holidays to Port El Kantaoui, Tunisia

Overview

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. Situated on the east coast of Tunisia, this custom-built resort means tourists and guests are well catered for while still keeping a traditional charm with white buildings dotted around the landscape.

Beaches

With a 20km stretch of sand to the north of Port El Kantaoui catering to quiet beach bums and the southern section set up for the sun seekers with parasols and sun loungers, the beach in this resort is well looked after. You’ll never be fighting other people for space which is a great advantage to having such a great expanse of coastline on your doorstep plus there are many water sports available for the more adventurous!

Things To Do

If you’re a golf player, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Port El Kantaoui where there is not one but two PGA golf courses that overlook the ocean, so why not challenge yourself against the pros? Alternatively, soak up the culture of Tunisia and head to El Jem, an ancient Roman Amphitheatre or spend the day on a pirate galleon ship where you can see Port El Kantaoui’s coastline and enjoy a BBQ on board while you’re are it!

Food and Drink

For an enjoyable evening meal out to celebrate your holiday, head down to Port El Kantaoui’s stylish marina where you’ll find a selection of restaurants to feast in every evening. Most restaurants will serve up fresh fish with a Tunisian twist or food served from a traditional tagine. The restaurants are also the best place to enjoy a drink or two, so find a place you like and settle in for an evening with good food and wine!

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

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