Tunisia info

Tunisia is the smallest land in North Africa. Bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Tunisia offers a feast of fine beaches. There are plenty of attractions in this country, from ancient souks, medieval walled cities, underground dwellings, palm fringed desert oases and ancient historical cities, like Carthage, one of the greatest cities of the ancient world founded by the Phoenicians and legendary home of Hannibal. The area around Lac Ichkeul is one of only two UNESCO-protected Biosphere Reserves in the world. Capital, Tunis, reflects the country's diversity. Its cuisine blends the French colonial past with Arab spice. This Arab-Berber nation is one of the most liberal in the Islamic world; alcohol is freely available and women need not feel intimidated.

Regions in Tunisia

The Gulf of Gabes, called Minor Syrtis in ancient times, is a gulf on Tunisia's east coast in the Mediterranean Sea. The gulf is 100 kilometers long ... READ MORE

Nabeul Governorate is one of the twenty-four governorates (provinces) of Tunisia. It is situated in north-eastern Tunisia. It covers an area of 2,788 ... READ MORE

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