North Africa’s most relaxed and hospitable country, Tunisia is the ideal destination for cheap all inclusive holidays a little out of the ordinary. Tunisia holidays offer all the sun, sea and sand you want from a relaxing vacation, while its status as an Arab Maghreb country offers you a culture you won’t experience anywhere else. Located in Africa and part of the Arab world, cheap Tunisia holidays make you feel a million miles away; however with the Mediterranean in front of you offer a welcome familiarity. Beyond the alluring beaches and gentle sea breeze lies a diverse landscape with desolate, ancient sites you can take in at your own pace. As interesting as it is sun-drenched, Tunisia is an amazing destination.
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Located in Southern Tunisia, Ksar Ghilane is a quaint oasis offering one of the most memorable and active experiences of the Sahara Desert. Ksar Ghilane is set against a backdrop of miles and miles of extraordinary sand dunes, attractions there for your exploration; be it by foot, camel ride or horseback. Buggies are also available for hire for the adrenaline-seekers looking to partake in some rallying. Ksar Ghaline also offers plenty of places to stay and is an unforgettable excursion within your Tunisia holidays.
Tunisia’s first and arguably most popular tourist destination, Hammemet is a beautiful town on the North-Eastern coast of the country. Hammamet offers magnificent beaches, relaxed atmosphere, top Tunisia hotels and Tunisia’s best nightlife. Besides the beach, the town has a medina (old non-European market area) and mineral baths at your disposal. Combining tourism and culture, Hammamet is the perfect location for cheap Tunisia holidays.
Tabarka is a small fishing village in the North-West of Tunisia that is famed for its underwater scenery, jazz music festival and extensive history. The Phoenicians, The Romans, The Arabs and The Turks have all, at some point in history, left their mark on the area. The Mediterranean’s landscapes are at their most beautiful at Tabarka, making it the ideal location to go snorkelling or diving on your cheap Tunisia holidays.
Boasting an unparalleled collection of Roman mosaics, the Bardo Museum is definitely worth a visit if you find yourself in Tunis, the country’s capital city. The museum itself was formerly a palace built in the 13th Century, making it a historical landmark in its own right. As well as the Roman artefacts, the museum houses antiquities from other great ancient civilisations, like Greece.
Mides Gorge is named after the village it’s located in, in the South-West region of Tunisia. At the Gorge you’ll see spectacular waterfalls, magnificent sand dunes and an impressive natural monument of uniquely shaped cliffs and rock edges, cut from nothing but the river that ran through it. The trek is approximately 6km and it can get very, very hot so take plenty of water.
Currency – Tunisian dinar
Language – Arabic and French
Visa – N/A, you can stay in Tunisia for three months without a visa.
Vaccinations – Typhoid and Hepatitis A vaccines are recommended.
Dress code – Arms and legs must be covered outside tourist areas.
Important numbers – Embassy: 020 7584 8117
Other info – N/A
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Cheap family holidays to Tunisia take you to the stunning north east corner of Africa, on the sunny blue Med. Tunisia is an increasingly popular summer holiday destination and it's just two and a half hours flying time from the UK. That's a lot of sunshine - and great value for money - as well as a lovely short flight! It's a great place for all inclusive holidays, excellent if you're on a budget. And the food is wonderful... a spicy, tasty mix of Mediterranean and African cuisine. Why not fly over to our Tunisia flights, Tunisia events, Tunisia holidays, Tunisia hotels and Tunisia attractions pages for more useful information?
Tunisia family holidays – Experience the magnificent Sahara desert
Family holidays to Tunisia take you to a country of contrasts with a wonderful climate. It's hot and dry, averaging 32C in the north July and August, around 20C during the winter. In the south temperatures of 40C are common so bear that in mind when choosing your resort. Hammamet, Tunis, Skanes, Monastir and Gammarth are all fantastic. As is the strange, weird and wonderful Sahara desert. If you're into history you'll love it here too. There's a wealth of fascinating historical sites including – of course – ancient Carthage, 3000 years old.
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Family deals to Tunisia are perfect for water sports and traditional beach holidays. They're also great fun for adventurous types. The desert is all around you, it takes up most of Tunisia, and there's masses of thrilling desert-based activities to try. Water sports are fantastic there, including windsurfing and diving, snorkelling, yachting and more. Hammamet and Nabeul attract literally hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers a year and they're firm favourites with British tourists. There's loads fore the kids too; try Carthage Land theme park for a start. 21st century facilities and traditional charm – perfect!
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