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About Hammamet

Sitting on the famously brilliant blue waters of the Gulf of Hammamet, the hotels here are well sheltered in the cove that the town calls home. Enjoy blissfully still seas and the Mediterranean's very best weather from this idyllic holiday retreat, where the white sand beaches are shared with local fishermen who still ply their trade in time-honoured fashion. Be sure to see the town's impressive Great Mosque, its bustling markets and its ancient medina walls. In the evenings you can head to the beach, when the air is cooler and the sun sets over the town are beautiful.

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When To Go

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.

Where to Stay

The vast majority of hotels in Hammamet are within a short stroll of the sea, meaning that a breeze is never far away. For those seeking a bit of peace, head for the southern end of the town, where hotels are a little more spaciously set and a sense of calm prevails. For proximity to the town's restaurants seek out a hotel close to the medina walls.