Splashworld Venus Beach

Splashworld Venus Beach is ideal if you’re travelling with little ones, as a technicolour water park with corkscrew curlers and go-fast racer slides occupies the main grounds. There’s a kids’ club to keep the children entertained, while you enjoy a day of archery and beach volleyball, or simply soaking up the sun on a lounger near the hotel’s large pool. The hotel is on a private beach, and is 7km from Hammamet centre. Rooms are decorated in a funky, modern style and come with a mini-fridge, a safety deposit box, air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi.

Overview of Hammamet

Hammamet is one of the main tourist cities of Tunisia, located in south-eastern Cape Bon. Steeped in fascinating history thanks to long periods of French and Spanish rule, Hammamet is home to one of the oldest and best-preserved Roman sites in Tunisia: Pupput. Beyond that, you can also fill your holiday with picturesque Hammamet Beach, family-friendly waterparks, fascinating museums, and of course, the year-round warm climate.

Things to do in Hammamet

There’s plenty to keep you busy in Hammamet. Lazy days spent kicking back on the beach or wandering around Hammamet Medina, where you can buy local embroidery, ceramics, leather goods and hand-made rugs. The popular Carthage Land waterpark is well worth a visit – especially if you have kids in tow – and it has plenty of restaurants on-site. For a dose of culture, explore the Museum of Religions, which focuses on the history of the three main religions of modern Tunisia, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. You can also enjoy the wonderful views over the city from the tower at the top of the museum.Hammamet is a rich and wonderful city with so much to offer, particularly if you like your holidays to be a perfect balance between culture and relaxation. However you choose to spend your time on your holidays to Tunisia, the whole family will be sure to fall in love with this North-African gem.

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.