The style of Tunisian hotels repeats the architectural forms of local cities. Fifty kilometers south of Monastir begins the resort area of Mahdi with its virgin beaches. This town is known in the past as a pirate nest. Mahdia has always been famous for the mysterious tradition of fishing in the moonlight. But even more – with wonderful products: embroidery and fabrics. Silk fabrics are traditionally made by men. Walking along the narrow streets of the old city, you will often admire the masterpieces of gold and silver threads created manually by real artists in their tiny workshops.
The boundless white beaches of Cape Africa, on which Mahdia is located, crystal clear waters, a modern tourist area surrounded by greenery, will conquer the adherents of a relaxing comfortable holiday, as well as scuba diving enthusiasts. Continue reading
One of the first points on the path of conquering the African continent is Tunisia. A country in which there is an ancient history, and the Mediterranean Sea, and white beaches, and mirages of the Sahara, and thalassotherapy centers. There is simply no time to be bored there!
Tunisia has several resort cities where you can relax. We will introduce you to the benefits of some of them. And you have to choose where to spend your vacation.
Oops, oops, Africa, like Europe!
Remembering the name of the capital of Tunisia is very easy, because it is called Tunisia. And the first impression of this city: yes it is almost Europe! Continue reading
Political instability in the country as a negative factor in the development of the tourist sphere of the country (for example, the countries of North Africa) p3
Consider the dynamics of tourism activity of the world’s population in the period from 1995-2009 pp. As can be seen from the graph, from 1995 to 2000 there is a stable increase in tourist activity of the population, period 2000 – 2003 pp. is characterized by a certain neutral stability, and the time period from 2003 to 2008 is in rapid growth. We can then observe a period of slight recession caused by the global financial crisis and a subsequent period of growth since 2010. Continue reading