Djerba is the largest island off the Mediterranean coast of Africa. However, its area is not so large, only 514 sq. Km, as a result of which, having come to rest on Djerba, it is quite realistic to go around the whole island.
Leaflets are filled with colorful pictures, extolling the island as an ideal place for a beach holiday with white sandy beaches, pink flamingos and date palm trees. Whether it is this or not, we’ll try to understand this article and give some information, which, of course, will be useful to anyone who has decided to spend a couple of weeks on the sunny island of Djerba.
This time, going to rest on the Tunisian island of Djerba, we chose a 4-star hotel for our stay, according to the all-inclusive system.
In this article we will tell you about the hotel Djerba Plaza
Overall the hotel is quite good, quite suitable for advertising brochures and leaflets.
The rooms are comfortable, the grounds are lush and well-kept, maintenance is appropriate. Of course, there is the hotel its flaws, but those who wish to find fault will always be something to find. Personally, we on the little things just don't pay attention. But in no case do we forget that we came to North Africa, and this, whatever one may say, leaves its mark.
The hotel is located in the...
In this article, we will talk about the main and most interesting sights of the sunny Tunisian island of Djerba, which will help you get to know the island more deeply, will discover a lot of new things and will make your stay rich, interesting and informative.
And after, we will dwell in more detail on the excursions that you can visit on the island of Djerba, their description, cost and duration in time.
Top most interesting sights of the island of Djerba: the first thing would like to highlight to visit on the island of Djerba, this is...
Houmt Souk is the biggest city on the island Djerba and its capital. This city is small but gerbick standards, it is huge. It is here that concentrated the life and trade of the island.
Located in the city are the main attractions of the island as a Bazaar/market and the Fort Borj El-Kebir or Ghazi Mustafa. Also in town you can visit the seaport, to see a mosque, an amphitheater, and just to walk the streets, breathing in the flavour of Eastern life.
On the Tunisian island of Djerba, there is one very interesting place - the village of Gellala or Guellala, better known as the village of potters. The village is famous for its pottery, ceramic dishes and other clay products.
In and around the village are located such famous sights as:
- a workshop for the manufacture of ceramic products, which can be visited to see the production process of pottery and kiln and clay caves which extract the clay;
- one of the best of the island's museums - the ethnographic Museum of Guellala, visiting which you can clearly learn about the life and traditions of local people;
- and of course, visit the center Hellali with numerous souvenir shops and a small colourful shops, where to see and buy Souvenirs and other products pottery.
Midun (Midun Djerba) - located on the Tunisian island of Djerba and is the second largest city of the island, after its capital, Houmt Souk. Although by the Tunisian standards of the island, it is a big city, but by our standards it is completely small.
Although Midoun, the town is not large, but is a popular place among tourists who travel to Djerba. First of all, the city attracts a location, it is located near the main resort area of the island, wide beach, where the majority of garbisch hotels.
One of the main and ancient sites of the Tunisian island of Djerba, certainly deserves attention, is the synagogue, El ghriba.
In addition, this synagogue is not only one of the most ancient sites of the island but also the oldest synagogue in Africa and one of the oldest in the world, the synagogue has more than 2 000 years.
The synagogue El ghriba in the village of Riyadh, on the outskirts of the village centre. To visit the synagogue with a guided tour, while paying more than 25 bucks per person, and budget independently. For independent travel it is necessary...
Perhaps the most stunning place, interesting attractions, and entertainment on the island of Djerba is the Park "Djerba Explorer"
The Park has three main zones, there are:
- crocodile farm where you can see the feeding of crocodiles;
- stylized traditional Tunisian village "Heritage" consisting of buildings with traditional architecture and garbinski residential complex and telling about how once lived on the island;
- museum of folk traditions and crafts "Lella Hadria".
Djerba Island is the sunniest and largest island in Tunisia, washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The high holiday season on Djerba is quite long, lasting an average of 8 months, from April to November. It is precisely over the warm sea, the gentle sun, the white beaches and, of course, the thalassotherapy that hundreds of tourists flock to the island every year.
There are only three ways to get to the island: by water, by land - the Roman bulk road connecting the island with the mainland of Tunisia, which is quite tiring, and by air. It is about the third way, how to get to the island of Djerba, we will tell in this article. Perhaps everyone knows how to get there, we buy a plane ticket and fly.