When planning your honeymoon you want romance, beauty and comfort. Luxurious beach resorts in Tunisia offer you this and so much more located on the Mediterranean Sea on the edge of sandy shorelines with sparkling blue waters and loads of sunshine. The advantage when choosing Tunisia is that they benefit from a Mediterranean climate, which is warm throughout the year, so it doesn’t matter when you are planning your honeymoon, you are guaranteed warmth and lots of natural beauty. Beach resorts are very popular in this North African area and the hotels do not disappoint with large swimming pools, pine forests and on-site spas where you can enjoy a host of beauty treatments while the wave’s crash on the beach below
Tunisia is located in North Africa and is rich in history with a host of preserved World Heritage Sites. Amphitheatre of El Jem The Amphitheatre of El Jem is the largest colosseum in North Africa dating back to the third century. This large amphitheater once seated 35,000 spectators. The ruins today are well preserved offering tourists the chance to witness the vastness of this impressive building. Archaeological Site of Carthage Located on a hill and dating back to 9BC, this area was once a thriving trade area. The well preserved ruins is one of the most famous Roman sites in the area where tourists can see how residents lived, see the great buildings and roads that once made this area such a bustling town.
Tunisia is an area in North Africa which is rich in history; it oozes charm and offers some of the most panoramic scenery of natural beauty you will ever get to experience. While tourists enjoy visiting the many roman sites and World Heritage Sites this area has to offer, there are some stunning coastal towns and cities which each have their own little piece of history and culture to share. Hammamet Hammamet is the most popular resort for tourists with its long stretches of sandy shorelines and sparkling blue oceans that welcome visitors all year round. In the center of the town you can still find some of the history of the area in the Medina, or Old Town where you find the bustling souks nestled in narrow passages and covered alleys offering tourists an opportunity to experience a bit of the culture of the area. Tabarka Tabarka is a Phoenician port in North Tunisia. This is a busy tourist area and is famous for coral fishing and is now considered one of the best holiday resorts.