Paradis Palace

At Paradis Place, you’ve got powder-soft sand and a pair of lagoon-style pools within splashing distance. The hotel is perched alongside an extensive stretch of sand, sandwiched between the old and new parts of Hammamet. That means there’s a bustling medina one way and a swanky marina the other. There’s another pool indoors, ideal for cooler days. The kids have their own pool too and can get stuck into some action at the on-site mini club and playground. As for the interior, there’s a buffet restaurant, glamorous spa and bedrooms decorated in Moorish style. Outside is a palm-fringed pool with a winding slide. Hammamet International Airport is just a 40-minute drive away.

Overview of Hammamet

If you’re seeking the usual mix of sea, sun and sand, Hammamet is the place to be. Holidays to Tunisia offer captivating culture and a glut of history to unearth. All the best parts of Tunisia can be found in Hammamet from brilliant beaches and culture to superb weather. Tucked away from the hubbub of the close-by resorts and cities, this relaxed holiday spot is a popular beach getaway. Perched in the southeast of the intriguing city of Tunis, the resort also provides a fantastic base from which to explore some of Tunisia’s buzzing towns.

Things to Do in Hammamet

There’s no doubt that the beach will be the prime focus of your attention in Hammamet. Whether you want to relax and sunbathe, linger over drinks at a beachside bar or catch some lively water sports, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Up for an adrenaline rush? Head to the water to try out some paragliding, jet-skiing or tubing. If you’re craving relaxation, chill out at one of the numerous parks and gardens. Keen historians will want to visit the enthralling town of Sousse with its captivating UNESCO World Heritage medina. Be sure to take a long camel-back trek to the Sahara Desert. More than 500 years old, this sun-kissed destination has everything you need for an unforgettable break and Paradis Palace is the perfect base.

Resort Summary

They say Hammamet is where tourism in Tunisia was born, and as far as destinations in the country go, they don’t come much more classically suave. Pristine white buildings boasting wide arches and curved rooftops make for handsome surroundings, and the sun seems all the brighter for their presence.

However, Hammamet is far more than a cultural centre. Although its roots extend back to Spanish exploration and Roman colonisation, Hammamet today is as Tunisian as they come. It’s also covered in plants of all kinds – particularly olive groves, lemon trees and oranges – hence why they nickname this town the Garden Resort.