Tunisian exotic: other beaches of the Mediterranean
It’s time to dust the beaten paths of Egypt and Turkey and somewhat diversify your vacation. If you want exotic, and your native Ukrainian open spaces are bored enough, then you can go to the African resort, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea – Tunisia. Prostoturist will tell you all about travel arrangements and leisure opportunities.
Why go to Tunisia?
Tunisia is a fairly young resort on the tourist map of the world. This is a country where the spirit of the medieval East is intricately intertwined with the modern achievements of civilization: tourist SPA centers and other amenities. It has good sandy beaches and a milder climate than in Egypt, which our tourists love. In Tunisia, you can treat yourself to thalassotherapy – treatment with the riches of the sea, namely the water itself, mud, algae. For this, there are separate centers and SPA salons.
Tunisia is good because everyone here will find something to their taste. And a tourist who came to soak up the sun, swim in the sea and pamper his body, exhausted by life in the metropolis, with pleasant procedures; and the one who prefers exploring new countries, extreme travel, exploring the sights and features of life.
Tunisia, which has long been influenced by France, is a country quite friendly to tourists, more civilized than some other Muslim countries, so you feel quite comfortable here.
Features beach holidays in Tunisia
The best time for a trip to Tunisia with a view to a sea holiday is May-June and September-October. At this time, the air temperature fluctuates between 23-30 ° C, the water temperature is 18-21 ° C in spring and early summer and up to 25 ° C in autumn, during the “velvet season”. So in these months, you have a much better chance of not dying from the heat and getting true pleasure from the rest. But if the vacation falls on July-August or you like the hot tropical Mediterranean climate, and you want to sunbathe properly – then Tunisia will be happy for you in the very peak of summer.
beach in tunisia
The Tunisian coast stretches for 1200 kilometers, and all the beaches here are sandy. It is noteworthy that there are no private beaches in Tunisia (except in a couple of the most expensive hotels), all of them are state-owned, respectively, free of charge. Often a certain beach area is assigned to hotels, and they are responsible for its cleanliness. Additional services – sunbeds, deckchairs – mostly paid.