Bordering the Mediterranean Sea and Sahara Desert. The north of the country experiences a warm Mediterranean climate, whilst the south experiences a desert climate, making it a great destination at any time of the year.
Choose Hammamet for its popular beaches, book Sousse for cultural visits or head to Port El Kantaoui for golfing holidays.
Ancient cities, forgotten villages, deserts and beaches – Tunisia holidays serve up sunbathing hotspots with a side order of history.
The LTI Bellevue Park in Tunisia’s Port El Kantaoui serves up an on-the-beach location and a sprawling pool scene.
Popular with families, this big hotel is right on the latte-coloured sands of El Kantaoui. There’s lots for children to get their teeth into, including activities at the hotel-run kids’ club. Tennis and boules are on the cards for adults.
A trio of restaurants make up the dining scene – one’s a buffet place, the other two are themed off-the-menu eateries.
Elsewhere, you’ve got a spa with an indoor pool, a hammam bath and a sauna.