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Tunisia is a country with no shortage of desert, so it should be little shock that it enjoys incredibly warm weather during the summer months. The north of the country is made up of various mountainous regions, meaning there is more seasonal variation than the south. Expect the summer months of June, July and August to average over 30 degrees and regularly exceed 35. Winters are cooler and at times a little wet, though this is largely in the north.
There are lots of hotels in Hammamet to choose from, including quite a few that are extremely affordable. Low-cost and well-reviewed options include Nesrine, Hôtel El Fell and El Mouradi El Menzah. If you desire the splendour and luxury of five-star accommodation, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Le Royal Hotels and Resorts, Steigenberger Marhaba Thalasso and The Sindbad are just three that rate as ‘excellent’. Hammamet’s main bus route is the C28, which conveniently features at least two well-regarded places to stay: Hôtel Emira and Hôtel Residence Mahmoud.Hotels in Hammamet provide access to a wide range of shops and eateries. For instance, Novatec, Marché Centrale and Batam shopping centres are each within a 30-minute stroll of one another. The majority of the town’s restaurants are situated along – or within a minute’s walk of – Avenue de la République and the road it leads into, Avenue Habib Bourguiba. Three of the town’s very best eateries, Sole Mio, La Sofra and Restaurant Fatma, are situated alongside these two thoroughfares. Adults looking to enjoy a tipple should try well-reviewed and licensed eateries that include SkyBar and Resto La Plage.Hammamet enjoys an almost unbroken stretch of sandy coastline that, at roughly four kilometres long, provides plenty of scope for couples and solo travellers to enjoy time away from the crowds.As well as spending time on the Plage Hammamet, the town’s most accessible beach, families might like to spend some time travelling on board a replica pirate galleon. Trips start from Hammamet Sud, which is about a 15-minute hire-car or taxi journey from the centre of town. This four-hour excursion provides epic peninsula views, the chance to see dolphins and turtles in their natural habitat, and plenty of opportunities to stop for swimming.
Fly to Enfidha International Airport to reach Hammamet within an hour. Choose the best flights from a number of our well-known carriers, flying from all major UK airports. And once you've chosen your flight you can check dates and availability on over 100 properties and even secure most of them with a deposit of just £1. Once that's all sorted you can even book yourself a return transfer or even hire car for your break.

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