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Hammamet is in Tunisia.

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Points of Interest in Hammamet

  •    World War 2 battlefield and abandoned tanks (30km west of Hammamet. Quad tours from Hammamet pass through here. The last 2km of the path are in very bad conditions. If going by car be careful and consider leaving the car and walking the last 2km before being stuck.). Three abandoned tanks from the Second World War. Free.

Hammamet Beach

Hammamet Souk

Carthage Land

Hammamet Fort

Port Yasmine

Sirens Statue

Omar Khayam Beach

Casino La Medina

Bel Azur Beach

Yasmine Beach

Citrus Golfcourse

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About Hammamet


Hammamet is the oldest touristic center in the country. All resorts in Tunis have wonderful parks but even among them Hammamet stands out with its luxurious gardens. The main principle of town planning here - houses must not be higher than cypresses. The city is founded about 5 centuries ago. There are the fortress walls and the Big Mosque are still preserved in it. The city keeps its one-floor image. Tourists are waited here by wide sand beaches, modern hotels with high level of service, a plenty of bars, restaurants, stores, markets.


Go to the beach. Hammamet Sud has some surprisingly clear water with lots of water sports to enjoy, including paragliding, jet-skiing, tubing, short camel-rides along the beach, baking, etc. etc. Very touristy, lots of topless ladies of age. Lots of small fish swimming right by the shore.


A plenty of restaurants. Usually, a dinner costs 15-20 TD. A nice lobster for two persons with white wine in july 2007 was about 200 TD.


  • Restaurant La Luna. Av. Du Koweït. Phone number: 72 26 20 76. Not expensive, good food and nice atmosphere.




Try some of the local wine, which are hard to get in restaurants in Tunis.

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