Things to see and do - Hammamet
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Hammamet Travel guide
Hammamet : Michelin's recommendations
It is in the evening, when the fishing boats have returned to the beach and tourist shops in the medina have closed down for the day, that the centre of Hammamet regains the authentic feel that charmed Gide, Bernanos, Klee etc in the 1920-30s, and then Sophia Loren and others in the post-war period, before tourism ultimately took hold of the town. Hammamet has continued to expand since the 1960s, with tourist complexes such as the Yasmine Hammamet development, 6km from the historic centre.
Tourist attractions Hammamet : Things to see and do
TN - Hammamet
The Cap Bon headland, a peninsula home to myriad flowers and fragrances, juts out into the Mediterranean in the extreme north of the country, between the gulfs of Tunis and Hammamet. Here, the beaches of Hammamet and Nabeul attract hordes of tourists..
Assad Ibn Fourat TN - 8050 Hammamet
Prix Prices from : 20 €
Close to the beach and just a short walk from the city centre of Hammamet, this charming family-run residence features comfortable accommodation with free internet access and a friendly atmosphere. Set in a traditional garden, the Residence Romane o..
Avenue des Nations Unies TN - 8050 Hammamet
The Hotel Sindbad is located in Hammamet, northern Tunisia. It is a few minutes walk from the beach and features a spa centre and 4 swimming pools, including a children’s pool. The Sindbad offers air-conditioned rooms with a private terrace or balco..
Bp 224 TN - 8050 Hammamet
Prix Prices from : 28 €
The Kinza Hotel is located in northern Hammamet, a short-walk from the beach. It has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, and en-suite guest rooms with satellite TV and air-conditioning. Each room also has a private balcony or terrace and guests can..
Leisure activities Hammamet
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Enjoy a day on the Cap Bon peninsula. Stretching into the Gulf of Tunis, the Cap Bon is fondly known as Garden of Tunisia, with its small sleepy villages, lush rolling fields, and vineyards. Inclusions : Guided excursion to Cap Bon Lunch in a re..
Every Friday, the coastal town of Nabeul erupts as the camel market comes to town. These days, there might be more tourists than camels but a trip to the market offers a great opportunity to barter for handicrafts, pottery, carpets, and souvenirs. ..
No visit to Tunisia is complete without a tour of the capital, Tunis. Stroll along the medina's network of tiny alleys; amble around the souks, and peruse Roman mosaics in the Bardo Museum. After lunch, visit Tunisia's best-known archaeological site..