Things to see and do - Sousse
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Sousse Travel guide
Sousse : Michelin's recommendations
While its huge white sandy beach, stretching the length of the town, and its restored medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attract over half a million visitors a year, Sousse, the third largest conurbation in the country, is an equally important and dynamic industrial centre, a bustling fishing port, and a popular university city. Situated on the Gulf of Hammamet, along the Mediterranean coast, it is also the capital of the Sahel.
Tourist attractions Sousse : Things to see and do
TN - Susah
The second most important museum in Tunisia, the Sousse Museum is housed in part of the old kasbah in the upper section of the medina. Visitors who may have missed the mosaics in the Bardo Museum have a second chance to admire fine mosaics here, set ..
Médina TN - Susah
The Great Mosque looks more like a fortress than a house of prayer, an impression which is heightened by the building's lack of a minaret. Built on the site of an old kasbah around 850, the building originally had a defensive role, protecting the por..
Médina TN - Susah
This ribat dates from the 8C. From the top of the nador, or watchtower, there is a superb view of the medina, the port and the sea. The courtyard is lined with arcaded porticoes which lead to the cells once occupied by the soldier-monks. On the first..
Bvd 14 Janvier TN - 4031 Sousse
Located a 5-minute walk from the beach and 2 km from the city centre, Cesar Hotel offers a traditional and international restaurant, a bar lounge and a swimming pool in its garden. You can rest on the rooftop, sun terrace. The air-conditioned rooms ..
Rue De Papillon Corniche TN - 4000 Sousse
El Faracha hotel is located in a lively area of central Sousse, 150 metres from Boujaffar Beach. It offers comfortable accommodation with free Wi-Fi internet access. Guest rooms at El Faracha are equipped with a private bathroom, air conditioning, ..
15, Rue Othman Osman TN - 4000 Sousse