Most popular Villas in Tunisia
Highlights in Tunisia
- Splendid surroundings full of contrasts
- Magic experiences in the desert
- Cultural and historic past
- Splendid and stunning coastline
- Fantastic heritage sites
Most popular amenities for Villas in Tunisia
Villas in Tunisia
Tunisia is a country with a great variety and lots to offer to the tourists. Find a comfortable villa in beautiful coastal resorts such as Djerba, Sousse or Hammamet. The area of El Aouina is divided into different zones where you will find the right accommodation. Browse and find amazing villas in Amilcar, Le Kram, Sidi Bou Said, La Soukra or The Menzah. Beaches, deserts, historic medinas and plenty of fun around to enjoy a great holiday with your friends or family.Villas in the balcony over the Mediterranean
Waking up to the sound of waves is one of the privileges of renting a villa in a coastal resort. From your balcony or terrace you will be able to admire the beauty of the Mediterranean sea while enjoying your breakfast or your afternoon tea. Spend an awesome time in a traditional white washed facade villa with blue shutters. Enjoy the beach which is usually a few steps away from your doorstep. If you need some shady moments, escape the midday sun and enjoy a relaxing nap in the lounge or take a walk around the souk in the evening.
Travellers and activities
History and culture is an important part of the country as Tunisia positions itself as a country full of adventure that caters every traveller’s needs in a unique setting. By sea or by land, you can enjoy varied experiences. Have a fun quad bike ride amongst the gold, ochre sands of the Sahara and its dunes and feel the magic in the air. If that is is a bit too fast, enjoy a pleasant ride on the camels or dromedaries as a genuine bereber! Renting a 4WD with an experienced driver will give you the chance to enjoy the scenery of Chott el Jerid, explore the oasis of Chebika and visit the Ksar Ghilane, where you can have a relaxing bath in its ponds. The icing on the cake is at the end of the day! Stay overnight in a jaima as if you were an authentic nomad and sleep under the stars after watching the most amazing sunset you can possibly imagine.Tunisia for history buffs
Monuments and archaeological sites reflect more than 3000 years of the country’s history. Great civilisations have left their mark during centuries and there is no better place to discover and find out more about its past than a museum. Tunisia has got fantastic museum that gather the information, facts and hints of its past, its history, its legacy. Amongst the most important ones we highlight the National Bardo Museum, Sousse Archeological Museum, Djerba Traditional Heritage Museum, the National Carthage Museum, Chemtou Archaeological Museum and the Mahdia Museum.
The most stunning beaches are located in Tunisia. In the north you enjoy crystal clear waters and lush vegetation whilst in the south, you will be fascinated by the desert landscape as a backdrop.
Top 7 travel tips in Tunisia
Deep in the gorges of the country, runs the famous Red Lizard Train. A train that once belonged to the Bey of Tunis is now a tourist attraction. Depart from Metlaoui station every Saturday on an hour and a half journey to Redeyef. Enjoy the ride on this old fashioned train through the Selja Gorge at the foot of the Atlas mountains. Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic views and take a few snaps at the stopping point meant to do so. Enjoy the ride!2. Discover the underwater world and the beaches
Tunisia offers the visitors a great array of leisure activities. Many of them are the mainland. But the country is washed by the Mediterranean. This gives the Tunisia 1.300km of coastline to enjoy 600 of them as beaches, where you can practice the most varied water activities. Djerba island is a perfect place for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing or parasailing. In addition to water activities, the rich seabed of the coast, is a paradise for divers with more than 35 diving spots to explore a unique underwater world. Marvel at the coral reefs, WWII vessels or underwater caves in Tabarka, Djerba Island and Monastir. Port Kantaoui, Hergla, Sousse, Hammam, north Susa or Hergla also stand out as exceptional diving sites. Get your gear and get ready!3. Tunisia, the kingdom of dates
From spring to autumn, around 5 million trees in the palm groves in Gafsa, Nefta, Tozeur and Kebili produce more than 115.000 tones of dates. Great health benefits and a symbol to welcome visitors, a lucky charm in religious festivals and a little present the newly weds exchange as they first shared thing. Dates are also the first food Muslims use as a culminating point at the end of the fasting period. Enjoy this delicacy and get carried away by the sweet taste of this unique fruit. Try some traditional recipes as the tasty and delicious Makroudhs or Farkas.4. Get on a fantastic cruise
Wondering where to go and what to visit? A cruise is a great way to see and visit different places and get a different perspective of the coastline. Explore old villages along the coast as Sidi Bou Said. Discover the old Cartago Ruins, visit some of the museums at any of the stops that leave you near one or stroll around the Medina and the Souk in Tunis. Take some time to stop and have a bite to taste some tajine or couscous. Mouthwatering nibbles and fabulous shopping. What else?5. The Archaeological wealth of Sbeïtla
Some of the most relevant archaeological sites in the north of Africa are in Tunisia specifically the west center, with sites showing the Roman, Byzantine, and Numid heritage, which find their greatest exponent in the city of Sbeïtla. Sitting in the heart of the high Tunisian plateaus the metropolis, known before as Sufetula, are now ruins considered as one of the “golden villas” of Roman-Byzantine Africa. Besides the forum in the center of Sbeïtla, you can also admire the remains of the great public thermal baths, a theatre, an arch and an aqueduct bridge with three arches.6. Get mesmerised by the beauty of a traditional seaside village
One of the most beautiful destinations in the Mediterranean is Sidi Bous Said. The characteristic blue and white colours of this Tunisian village will make you fall in love with it immediately as it did once to a large number of writers, painters, musicians and artists from every continent. Perched on the cliffs, it offers stunning views over the Mediterranian and the lovely little beach of La Marsa with the impressive marina next to it. Enjoy a nice meal at any of the restaurants or bars and afterwards, go for a pleasant stroll along the cobblestone streets and get to secret gardens, shady patios that we will only observe peeking incognito through the doors and, among many others, a small Muslim cemetery. Enjoy the shopping atmosphere in Thameur Street and learn how to haggle!7. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of La Medina
Since the late 70s, the Medina of Tunis is part of the UNESCO Heritage Sites and it includes amazing monuments such as mosques, mausoleums, stunning palaces and the places where they learn about the Quran, the madrassas. This sprawling maze of alleyways and streets is home to several covered souqs where you can find from shoes to carpets, shisha pipes and lots of artisanal works and jewellery. The construction of the streets is ideal for its climate, keeping the atmosphere cool in the summer and warm in the winter. There is no excuse to visit it anytime of the year, right?