Tunisia GuideTunisia, officially known as the Republic of Tunisia, is a country in Northern Africa that has a Mediterranean Sea coastline in the very centre of Mediterranean Africa. HotelsFind hotels in Tunis, Sousse, Carthage, Sfax, Tozeur and more.
Popular in TunisiaTunisTunis is the capital of Tunisia. Located on the Mediterranean coast but lacking much in the way of beaches, Tunis has been spared the onslaught of package tourism in the resorts to the north and south. SousseSousse is in Tunisia. Sousse is one of the older cities in Tunisia possessing an authentic medina, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. CarthageThe ruins of Carthage are in Tunisia, 15 km north of Tunis. A city of the Pheonician and Punic periods from the C6th BC it was the base of a powerful trading empire spanning the entire south Mediterranean and home to a population of the order of half a million people.
In TunisiaNorthern TunisiaNorthern Tunisia is a region in Tunisia. Central Coastal TunisiaCentral Coastal Tunisia is a region of Tunisia. [[Category:Tunisia ]] Saharan TunisiaSaharan Tunisia is the southern and western region of Tunisia which consists mostly of desert. DjerbaDjerba is an island in south Tunisia with beautiful sandy beaches and beautiful, peaceful and silent countryside. DouzDouz is a small town in south-central of Tunisia. Referred to as the "Gateway to the Sahara", Douz is a popular destination for tourists looking to experience the desert, either by camel or four-wheel drive.