A breathtaking beach, mystical medina and plenty of history in culture – holidays to Sousse have certainly got plenty to offer. The star of this Tunisian town is probably its beach: soft, cream sands, clear seas and watersports to try. But if you want to really scratch the surface of the place, head to centre of town and lose yourself in the winding bazaars. The stalls here sell everything from fragrant spices to brightly-coloured crafts. Culture vultures will be impressed by the monastery, mosque and fascinating museum. Many hotels in Sousse are located on the beach and offer great value all inclusive packages. Wherever you choose to spend your Sousse holidays, you’re assured the perfect mix of exotic exploration and good old rest and relaxation.
Things To Do
Many visitors to Sousse choose to spend their holidays relaxing on the beautiful beach, cooling off in the sea or trying watersports. But this North African country has so much to discover that its worth exploring further afield. Away from the shoreline, the fascinating medina in Sousse itself makes for a wonderful day out with its shopping and ancient treasures. Other mustdos include excursions to the countrys most interesting archaeological sites, camel rides and even a trip to the Sahara Desert.
After the sun sets on Sousse holidays, theres plenty to do. Many Sousse hotels lay on their own entertainment, including belly dancing, barbecue and shows. In the town itself, there are several bars and clubs including Bora Bora, a large and modern open air disco. For dazzling entertainment and drinks, head to one of the Casino Caribe shows. If you prefer your evenings a little lowerkey, there are plenty of pavement cafes where you can enjoy early drinks and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.
Food & Drink
Many Sousse all inclusive hotels offer enough food onsite to satisfy holidaymakers, but a trip into the centre of town uncovers all sorts of culinary delights. As well as spicy local dishes, youll find restaurants serving up cuisine from France, the Mediterranean, Japan and even Britain. In the summer, pull up a chair at a place with an outdoor terrace and enjoy the evening heat and beguiling atmosphere.