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Discover sun kissed Tunisia...
Steeped in thousands of years of history and blessed with a glorious Mediterranean climate, Tunisia can be found on the gorgeous North African coast just across the water from Malta and Sicily. After just a four-hour flight from the UK, you'll find yourself in a colourful world of bazaars, ancient ruins, pristine beaches, first-class golf courses and dazzling yacht marinas with a cosmopolitan vibe.
Attracting more visitors year after year, this is Arabia at its most laid-back. Spend your days soaking up the rays on the beach, exploring the remnants of long-gone civilisations or unwind with a glass of wine and exquisite North African cuisine.
Holidays to Tunisia are as suited to couples as they are to families. There's everything from camel rides through the Sahara Desert to water parks, theme parks and safari parks to keep holidaymakers of every age entertained.
The Mediterranean coast...
Tunisia is home to breathtaking sandy beaches and some of the best up-and-coming-resorts in the Mediterranean, as well as a wealth of luxury all inclusive accommodation. Known as the 'Saint Tropez' of Tunisia, Hammamet is the most famous beach resort in the country and is home to gorgeous beaches, a lively nightlife and an international marina where yachts and Mediterranean cruises come in to dock. Once you've finished admiring the sights, head on into the Old Town where you'll be able to wander through souks selling mounds of spices, leather and pottery.
Just south lies Yasmine Hammamet, a purpose-built resort with a lovely 5km stretch of dazzling white sands, which is a popular choice with couples looking for a relaxing holiday in Tunisia.
For a touch of luxury on your beach break in Tunisia, choose the glamorous resort of Port El Kantaoui, which is built around a fashionable marina and is home to many chic bars, exquisite restaurants and vogue designer boutiques, as well as several high-quality golf courses.
Families will enjoy Skanes, which offers plenty of things to do including water parks and theme parks and is home to a pretty white sand beach that shelves gently into the shallow, calm waters of the Mediterranean.
Offering the best of both worlds, the beautiful coastal city of Sousse has over 10km of idyllic sandy beaches, plenty going on in the evenings, and a wonderful historic medina, which is a Unesco World Heritage site. Serious history buffs should also head to the vibrant capital of Tunis, where you can see the stunning ruins of the ancient city of Carthage.
For a truly relaxing beach holiday in Tunisia, the tranquil island of Djerba is hard to beat with its 80 miles plus of sandy coastline and laid-back way of life.