THE CAP BON PENINSULAR (8 HOURS)
Full day excursion and recommended for guests staying at the resorts of Tunis and Gammarth, Hammamet and Sousse and Port Kantaoui.
Like a finger pointing out the direction of Italy, the peninsular is one of the richest parts of Tunisia. Farming and fishing are the traditional activities until the start of tourism in Hammamet in the mid sixties’.
Places to visit:
Famous for its colorful pottery and bustling, Nabeul (65 km from Tunis) is considered as the richest city in pottery. Tours of local ceramics manufacturers can be interesting, including a look at the massive kilns
This is one of Tunisia’s most precious archaeological sites because so far it is unique. Founded during the Punic period, as a coastal city, Kerkouane had a port, some parts of which have survived
El Haouaria is the closest point between Tunisia and Europe. El Haouaria best known for the Roman quarries. When the Romans rebuilt Carthage as a Roman city, much of the stone needed was taken out of the mountain close to El Haouaria, and the holes are now known as the Roman caves.