The resorts surrounding the Gulf of Hammamet are perfect for a beach holiday, and beyond the sun and sand, the distinct culture and vast landscape are a must to explore. Monastir
, once a fishing port, has since become a tourist resort, offering a gorgeous golden beach. In Sousse
, probably the liveliest town in Tunisia, visitors and locals alike can bustle amongst the markets and restaurants, and enjoy one of the most attractive beaches Tunisia has on offer. Surprisingly, Tunisia is not just a sand-ridden place; the area of Cap Bon in Hammamet
is referred to as the Garden of Tunisia thanks to the flourishing palms, trees and flora. So whether it's the beautiful white sandy beaches, amazing archaeological remains or Saharan desert you want to explore, there is a lot packed into this small wedge of Africa.