The nation of Tunisia is bordered by the Sahara and the Mediterranean Sea, brimming with fascinating history and landscapes. Here’s a guide to get you started.
Housing the most extensive collection of mosaics in the world, the Mardo museum is Tunisia’s oldest and most prominent museum. You can learn all about Tunisia’s mosaics and their fascinating history, gaining deep insight into these beautiful pieces of art as you admire them.
Known as Ouled Hadef, Tozeur’s old town is the city’s main point of interest. Less than 15 minutes from Anantara Tozeur Resort and easy to reach from other Tunisia resorts in the city, this zig-zag of lanes is a fascinating place to visit. The architecture and traditional desert houses that line the medina add to the ancient feel.
Sidi Bou Said
Appearing quite similar to Santorini, the white walls and blue windows of this sea-side town will easily make you fall in love with it. Despite not having much to do here, the views of the Mediterranean are enough to take your breath away!