Ain Meriem Beach Village
Route de la Corniche 1, Bizerte, 5000, Tunisia
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Town beach and promenade, Bizerte
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This was an unexpected find for me, as I thought i'd seen all of Bizerte. But on my last evening, I took a walk behind the kasbah and came across a couple of old streets beside a cemetery. Above this was a Spanish fort, containing a modern outdoor theatre and far too many barking dogs for my liking. Apparently this used to be the Andalusian quarter of town, and dates from the arrival of Muslim and Jewish refugees from Andalusia in 1609.
You can follow the remains of the fortress walls up and over the hill, but they don't take you anywhere exciting...just the town prison and the youth hostel, easily confused. On the way back, you can enter the medina and try to navigate a path back to the old port...not easy, especially when you consider how small the medina is.
Bizerte the diamond of the mediterranian
"perfect example of water meet the city"
this is one of the most beautifull cities in tunisia,combine the miami style of beaches to the white virgin mediterranian sand and the safety of not having sharks in there ...you can go as far as you want in the water without worrying about those jaws of the shark or any other harmfull big sea creature...the mediterranian is the most beautiful and safest water you can be in,warm
clear and the beaches are miles and miles of sand,enough room for everybody to get that beautifull copper toned skin .
bizerte is an example of beauty of the nature ,warmth of wheather and the quiet of a medium size city..
it`s the complete opposite of new york city where you can feel stress just from sterring at people walking.
in this small city bizerte people take their time walking,people take time to stop and smell the roses.
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