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Sousse is located one hundred and forty kilometres from the capital Tunis on the eastern coast of Tunisia. It is a fairly large city which benefits from a beautiful beach, a large marina and a fascinating medina. Its long swathes of white sand are lapped by clear blue Mediterranean waters which provide a range of water sports including sailing, fishing, diving and jet skiing. Sousse has a range of accommodation from luxury all-inclusive hotels to self-catering apartments which cater for all budgets. Its restaurants serve a variety of menu from traditional fare to international cuisine and satisfy most tastes. The souks in the medina are filled with shops and bazaars selling a wide range of hand-crafted goods, ideal for gifts and souvenirs. Sousse enjoys almost year round sunshine and is a very popular destination for those seeking a winter break. A Sousse holiday offers relaxing days on sunny beaches, washed by the warm, clear Mediterranean, interspersed with a range of recreational activities and sightseeing opportunities.
A Sousse holiday guarantees sunny days, good beaches with turquoise seas and fine hotels with stunning pools and gardens. A range of recreational facilities, from water sports to sightseeing, are available when you have had your fill of relaxing in the sunshine. Although there are no golf courses in Sousse, the excellent clubs in Port el Kantaoui are only a ten minute taxi ride away.
A Sousse holiday has broad appeal offering families wonderful sandy beaches and warm water. Sun seekers looking for winter warmth and aqua sport enthusiasts will not be disappointed. Golfers have a choice of two eighteen hole courses in nearby Port el Kantaoui. Those with an interest in history will enjoy the old town.
Sousse is a year round holiday destination with hot summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures average thirty three degrees and in the winter temperatures rarely drop below eighteen degrees.
Sousse, in eastern Tunisia is a popular resort combining idyllic beaches and a traditional town with an ancient heart. Its busy marina attracts its fair share of luxury yachts and its beach provides long swathes of soft, sun-bleached sand. The beach slopes gently into the translucent water offering safe bathing for children and less confident swimmers. A range of water sports include sailing and fishing, diving and snorkelling, surfing and jet skiing. Although there is no course in Sousse, Golfers have a choice of eighteen hole courses in nearby Port el Kantaoui. Golfers have a choice of two excellent courses. Sousse’s tourist accommodation is mainly by the beach and its variety caters for all budgets. The hotels and apartments are generally set in beautiful gardens with stunning pools. Its restaurants serve a variety of menu from traditional fish and meat dishes to international cuisine. Although there are a few lively venues, nightlife is fairly relaxed, reflecting the resort’s popularity with families and couples. Most entertainment is hotel based. Sousse medina is a warren of tiny streets and alleyways filled with shops where the goods tumble out onto the street. It is a colourful and lively place loved by shoppers and non-shoppers alike who enjoy bartering for goods. Popular purchases include hand woven carpets, copperware, leather goods, ceramics and jewellery. Within the medina, Sousse has many treasures including the fort dating from the nine hundreds and the Great Mosque, also from that era.
Tunisian nightlife is never rowdy with the larger hotels providing most of the evening entertainment, and Sousse is no different. Evenings are spent dining in the company of family and friends and wandering along the waterfront or through the cobbled streets of the old town.
Sousse has a modern shopping centre as well as a medina whose souks are filled with small shops and stalls. Tunisia is a souvenir hunter’s paradise and the alleyways overflow with craftsmen and women making and selling their wares. These include pottery and ceramics, carpets, baskets and leather goods to name but a few. The richness of olive wood is shown to good effect in the carved bowls, kitchen utensils and even in jewellery items. Except for the more formal shops where prices are controlled, bartering is a way of life to be enjoyed by both the seller and the customer.
Sousse has many eateries from small cafes serving traditional fare to fine restaurants serving international cuisine. Fish of course is a prominent feature on menus, always fresh and tasty. Cous cous is the national dish and this is combined with meat, fish or vegetables and spices. A popular fast food is called ‘brik’ which is filo pastry filled with egg and vegetables or meat and then deep fried. Whilst there are bars in purpose built resorts, there are few in the towns of Tunisia. As a Muslim country there is little demand for alcohol and imported brands can be expensive. Local wines are good and reasonably priced. Drink only bottled water and check that the cap is sealed.