Enjoy a sporty, sun-drenched, all-inclusive family holiday at Djerba La Douce, located in the picturesque south of Tunisia. The perfect opportunity to combine discovery and total relaxation, you can indulge in water sports, chill out on the beach, or simply sit back and let the charm of Tunisia weave its magical spell.
What awaits you in Tunisia
Highlights of Tunisia
Exotic beach holidays with a dreamy desert backdrop
Do more with your Mediterranean getaway when you visit our majestic, family-friendly Tunisia destinations. Our luxury all inclusive Tunisia holidays are completely hassle-free and are perfect for all the family, all year round. From activity holidays in Djerba la Douce, to sports holidays with the kids, our Tunisia holiday resorts have it all. Browse our all-inclusive Tunisia holidays & get yourself ready for the sunshine!
From the sunny Mediterrenean coast to the serene Sahara desert to the lively medina of Tunis, Tunisia is a country of colourful contrasts waiting to be explored. Also, with its soft sandy beaches, warm seas and beautiful weather, Tunisia is perfect for sun holidays with the whole family.
Tunisia is full of surprising discoveries. Ride a camel across the Sahara desert or take a 4x4 through the olive groves of Djerba. Visit the hilltop Berber village of Chenini or try your hand at traditional Arabic calligraphy. Go back in time at the ruins of Carthage or explore the famous desert film set from Star Wars: A New Hope.
Thanks to the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Tunisia holidays are perfect for watersports. Learn to sail a hobie cat, explore the coastline by kayak or find your feet on a stand-up paddle board. Back on dry land, practice your swing at Djerba Golf Club or try your hand at archery, before dining on traditional lablabi, brik and sweet bambalouni.
• Direct Flying Time: 9-11 hours
• Time Difference: -1 hour
• Currency: Tunisian Dinar
• Best months to visit: Apr - June and Sept - Oct
• Well Known for: Cultural places, gastronomy and sandy deserts
• Languages: Arabic
Enjoy the all-inclusive charm of an authentic stay in Tunisia
Since Antiquity, Tunisia shines with an exceptional heritage and precious civilizations. During your all-inclusive stay in Tunisia, let yourself be carried away by the grandeur of its history.
Tunisia offers contrasting natural landscapes .
- Start your all-inclusive stay in Tunisia gently on the beach of Sidi Mahrez, in the north of the island of Djerba. Just 15 minutes from your Club Med Djerba la Douce resort, enjoy its vast expanses of fine sand, synonymous with holidays.
- Need freshness? Join the canyon of Midès, near the Algerian border. This mountain oasis is made up of layers of rock where the wadi meanders gently.
- Extend the magic to the Tataouine site, 2 hours from your Club Med Djerba la Douce resort. There, at the gates of the desert, stop in front of the ksours, these fortified constructions that once served as granaries for foodstuffs.
From the exception of landscapes, move on to the grandeur of sites inherited from Antiquity . - 400km from your Club Med Djerba la Douce resort, shivers run through you during your all-inclusive stay: facing the amphitheater of El-Jem, listed as a UNESCO heritage site, relive gladiator fights and horse races. tanks it housed.
- Continue your journey towards northern Tunisia and the archaeological site of Carthage, a jewel of ancient civilizations. On the hill of Byrsa, enjoy a unique panorama of the ancient Punic city.
- From there, 20 minutes are enough to make the link with contemporary times: in Tunis, the Bardo museum retraces the history of the country, from prehistory to the 20th century.
Tunisia is also a story of unique traditions and outdoor recreation.
- 2 hours from Tunis, dive into the waters of Cap Serrat, for a snorkeling trip in the translucent sea.
- Back at your Club Med Djerba la Douce resort, stroll through the souk in the village of Houmt Souk and punctuate your getaway with gourmet breaks around a mint tea and some pastries. Unless you let yourself be tempted by the Djerba Golf Club green, for a course facing the sea, in the shade of acacias and palm trees.