In this Tunisian island in the Mediterranean Sea, there are beaches to spare. However, Djerba offers more than that. The influence of ancient civilizations that lived there have left their marks and their traces. Book a trip to Djerba and…
Escape your daily life to find an enchanting destination
As a promise of paradisiacal beaches all around the Tunisian coastline, Djerba does not disappoint. The golden sands and crystal-clear waters will make sure you have the vacation you dreamt of. Djerba, however, offers even more. The villages, the urban art, the traces of ancient civilizations, the pulsing markets and the local gastronomy complete the perfect set of a perfect stay.
Get to know places that rooted myths and harboured pirates
Houmt Souk, Djerba’s main city, is a true postcard collection. The whitewashed houses, the picturesque streets, the vibrant markets, and beautiful temples are, of course, surrounded by the shining Mediterranean. It is believed that Djerba inspired Homer’s Odyssey, which does not surprise. Not to me missed are the numerous artistic murals in the village of Erriadh, created during the international urban art event Djerbahood, the castle Borj el Kebir, in Houmt Souk, and the roman bridge that connects the island to the mainland.