Best Tunisia holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Tunisia
Smy Hari Club DjerbaSet in Houmt Souk, 650 metres from Aghir Beach, Smy Hotel Hari Club Djerba offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Guests can chill out in the indoor pool.Book now
Marigold HotelFeaturing a restaurant, shared lounge and views of city, Marigold Hotel is located in Tunis, 2.3 km from Habib Bourguiba Avenue. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.Book now
Dar Corniche La Marsa (Adults Only)Dar Corniche La Marsa (Adults Only) in La Marsa provides adults-only accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a shared lounge and a garden. Among the facilities at this property are a concierge service and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The accommodation offers a shuttle service, while a bicycle rental service is also available.Book now
Hotel Métropole RésidenceHotel Métropole Résidence features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Bab Bhar district of Tunis. Boasting a shared lounge, the hostel is close to several noted attractions, around 200 metres from Victory Square, 200 metres from Bab El Bhar - Porte de France and 600 metres from Théâtre municipal de Tunis. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, a shuttle service, room service and free WiFi.Book now
Treat yourself to a holiday with a rental in Tunisia!
Independent country since 1957, Tunisia is a particularly popular tourist destination for Europeans. For example, it takes only about two hours to travel from Paris to its capital Tunis with a direct flight. A rental in Tunisia is the perfect opportunity to discover this country with a rich culture, at the crossroads of several civilizations. If you choose to rent an apartment in Tunis, you can explore the Medina district, built on a series of hills overlooking a lake. This historic heart is home to many mosques and palaces, including the Dar Hussein, famous for its colonnaded patio decorated with mosaics. A location in Nabeul is also a good idea to take advantage of the cultural richness of the country. Whichever town you choose, a rental in Tunisia will allow you to be more comfortable during your stay, you will be able to visit at your own pace and, why not, try your hand at preparing traditional dishes with products bought at the market. Prices can vary considerably for an apartment rental in Tunisia, so it is best to compare them carefully and, if you have the possibility, try to leave slightly out of season, in order to benefit from the most advantageous rates. If you are travelling with children, a house rental in Tunisia with a swimming pool may be a good idea, especially for spending hot afternoons by the water.
Find on 9flats the holiday rental in Tunisia made for you!
A little more expensive than an apartment, renting a house in Tunisia makes it possible to leave with a group of friends and to live together more easily by sharing the costs which, in the end, will be much cheaper than a hotel, especially at meal times. To enjoy sublime beaches, the ideal is a rental in Houmt Souk on the island of Djerba, a small island in the south-east of Tunisia where, according to legend, Ulysses and his travel companions would have run aground. This little piece of paradise is also famous for its typical architecture of small white houses with blue roofs. Nicknamed “the island of golden sands” by the French writer Gustave Flaubert, Djerba has about twenty kilometres of beach where you can enjoy the sun all year round. If you wish to be a little closer to the capital, opt for a house rental in Sousse in the region of Hammamet which is also a popular seaside resort since the eighties. At the end of the nineteenth century, Hammamet was just a small fishing village when it began to attract writers and artists who came here to seek inspiration, including Guy de Maupassant, Oscar Wilde or even Paul Klee and August Macke. The town is also known for the open-air theatre festival that takes place there every summer. A holiday rental in Tunisia is therefore the perfect way to discover a new country and enjoy time in the bright sunshine.