Images of the East never cease to inhabit our dreams and our imagination. In Tunisia, these clichés are becoming a reality.From the small remote shop and its colourful display, to the lively souks where it is nice to visit égarer ; from donkeys nonchalantly carrying an entire family, to camels waddling on sand dunes infinies ; from palm trees fighting over the sky, to waves constantly searching for the land... So many colours, sensations and smells we never get tired of.When the sky is too grey, the city too noisy, the worries too present, you must quickly take a ticket to Tunisia, smell the jasmine, pack your bags and finally walk on the sand, dive into a translucent sea and lie on the beach.
Holidays for all, all year round :
Going on holiday with little money in Tunisia is possible. Airline tickets are not excessive and living there is three times cheaper than in France. In Tunisia, palm trees and white sandy beaches stretch out their arms, they even seem to call us...Cultural, sports, seaside, Saharan, wellness and even business tourism... Tunisia and its range of activities, landscapes and sites satisfy all desires. The Great South calls on the adventurer, from the most shy to the most passionate, to ride his dunes on camels. The beaches of Djerba, Sousse or Hammamet invite without further delay the followers of idleness. The medinas of Tunis, Kairouan, or Monastir, the ancient sites of El Jem, Chemtou or Dougga, are revealed to lovers of history, culture and old stones.Thalasso, balneotherapy, Spa and other rejuvenation treatments offer more and more possibilities to travellers in search of relaxation; depending on whether you just want to restore a body tired by a year's work, or more seriously find a treatment adapted to more uncomfortable health problems, you will always find the right therapy. Internationally recognized for the quality of its care and infrastructure, and for its still affordable prices, Tunisia is one of the most attractive destinations in the world in this respect.
© Dominique Auzias & Jean-Paul Labourdette