Hammamet has a very nice beach line.. Starting from Hammamaet city center, till to the Hammamet south, a long and colorful beaches are waiting for you..
The beaches are open for everyone, and while you enjoy the beatiful sands and sea, you can easily see Camels, walking by your side.. And owners asking "A tour with Camel?"
Fondest memory: The beatiful sand..
The only thing that you really need.
I remember one scene: I was walking on the beach and got in a nice discussion with one of the residents of (whereever I was). He told me something about the history, landscape and so furth...after 10/15 min I wanted to go away and thanked him for the nice talk. His answer: one dinar!
Thanks, but no thanks - this situation was just an example for numerus others with the same intention - just a few people were 'normaly' nice without paying them...how sad is this?
Favorite thing: Inside the medina there are many narrow roads and they are charming. They look so lovely that you will try to spot every single road. Just enjoy the beauty of them..
Favorite thing: Every door in tunusia has its own charecteristics.. When you visit Hammamet just spare some time to explore the doors.. Especially all houses inside madina has marvellous doors...
Favorite thing: Hammamet has a very nive sunset.. There is a cafe called Sidi bou hadid adjacent to the Madina, a vey nice authentic cafe, visit there, have some tea and enjoy the sunset..
Favorite thing: Hammamet is a little white village surrounded by a nice wall. It's rather touristic, but nice to relax on the beach, close to the capital and not very crowded.
Favorite thing: Although the weather was nice, wasn't hot enough to enjoy this wonderful beach, but we had some walks by the seashore.