The Full Story
Hammamet lies on the Mediterranean coast in north Tunisia, a popular tourist resort famed for its endless beaches and wonderfully preserved medina. The town has passed through many different hands – Punic, Roman, Islamic, Spanish, Turkish and French, each leaving their own architectural legacy.
Cafe Sidi Bouhdid, the Hammamet Fort, El Medina, and the old port, all are iconic identity of the city where you don't need to pay for entrance fees to mold with more then 2000 years of history.
Modern City built in south of Hammamet designed to be a Leisure Valley where all ages, genders and tastes can find their attractions. Multicultural agronomy is offered with a Tunisian touch.