1000 and one nights.. the country of contrasts!
The terrestrial paradise enchants everyone who will visit it. From resourceful Odysseus to the most demanding and experienced traveler. The vastness of the desert, the oases, the ancient civilization and the monuments of Mohammedanism and the Arabs, beside modern civilization. Golden beaches, cosmopolitan resorts, trendy hotels and state-of-the-art tourist facilities from one ..., Berberian and Troglodytes scenes living beneath the surface of the earth on the other. It is no coincidence that Tunisia is a country so popular and attractive in Europe. Why Tunisia is a country with many exciting contrasts !! From the southern deserts to the fertile Mediterranean coasts, the Tunisian landscapes show substantial variations: arid land, oak forests, corks and pine forests, avalanches of palm trees, chine and olive groves of Sfax and Susa. Legends of the distant past are widespread in fifteen Berber dialects. The heroic narratives are the heroes that are also known in many Mediterranean countries (especially those in which the Phoenicians lived).
In circular huts or square scenes, they gather from time to time - in the villages of Tunisia's interior - the heads of the Berber families to discuss village issues to draw up programs. In these cases, the patriarchal tradition of a people still prevails over a nomadic one. In fact, these councils of family leaders lose privileges from the ever-more specific intervention of the organizations that characterize every modern state. In Tunisian reality, the role of the heads of families is the same as that of the assemblies of the officials, the officials.
The Berbers are still the most cohesive nucleus of peasants. Their name was taken from the Greek word "barbarians" and they are permanently engaged in agriculture or livestock farming or are nomads. Unlike their other comrades, they are monogamous.
The cities of Tunisia
ANCIENT KARCHIDONA: Rome's opponent, built in 814 BC from the first Phoenician colonists. An important archaeological site and museum. GABAMES: A seaside oasis with boulders and beautiful beaches. EL TZEM: Here is one of the finest ancient Roman auditoriums of the 3rd century. CAIROUAN: Sacred city of Islam, built in 671 AD by Okba Immon Afaah. Wonderful mosque, Zawiya Sinti Sahib and the fountain of the Agawdad at the entrance of the city. MYTHMATA: Tunisia's unique and picturesque Trogirpunnapolis attracts visitors. SINTI BOU SIDE: A seaside village with a peculiar Cycladic architecture that gathers every year many foreign and local artists. SFAK: The second largest city in Tunisia, renowned for its olive oil and the great 10th-century mosque with the enormous Minare. TOZER: The Romans call the treasure the beautiful oasis with more than 200,000 palm trees and 200 springs in the heart of the Sahara desert. THIN: 10th century administrative capital of the country, with 1.5 million inhabitants. The old town (Medina) and Succis El Atzarin are among the finest in Magheb. The main sights are the Zitoune Mosque, the Bilverde Park and the Bardo Museum with the famous mosaics of ancient Carthage and Dunga. Also the main shopping boulevards Humbh Bimbabba and Mohammed of the 5th, in the trendy shopping center of the city with the rich shops attracting foreigners for shopping. NEFTA: The largest oasis in Tunisia, with 400,000 palm trees and 152 springs. HAMMMETT: Tourist seaside resort with dozens of hotels of all categories and intense activity. SOUS: The Sahel pearl. Third largest city in Tunisia with mosques, catacombs, picturesque Medina, beautiful beaches and hotel complexes. MONASTERY: The magic of the site and the finest beaches make Monastir the first tourist resort in Tunisia. JERMPA: The island of Lofotogon, who wooed Odysseus with its beauty. A terrestrial paradise full of luxurious hotels, splendid beaches and white sandy beaches.
Tunisia has a hot climate throughout the year with high temperatures in the desert in the summer, but also coolness on the coast of the country.
The winter is light with few rainfall and
very pleasant climate.