Along with its sister neighbouring resort of Yasmine Hammamet, both are excellent destinations for people of all ages, offering beautiful sands, water sports, restaurants, and an active medina where you can try your hand at haggling.
Hammamet is one of Tunisia's main tourist areas and has some of the most gorgeous beaches with the popular old walled medina in the centre. In the newer parts of Hammamet travellers will find a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants.Read more about: Beaches | Things to Do | Hammamet Reviews
Mrs R Williams, Manchester
|8th Jul 2015|
|Palm Beach Club Hammamet Hotel|
|Single - Sea View|
Hammamet and Nabul have plenty of shops with the medina and little local bars/restaurants to try out. Easy to get to by taxi. The beach is spotless and the sea is clear.
Mrs D Learmouth, Broxburn
|15th Jun 2015|
|Double Or Twin - Garden View|
Very cheap, good restaurants, lots of things for everyone in the family to do.
Mr R Herrington, Maryport
|3rd Jun 2015|
|Sol Azur Beach Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
Very quiet this year, due I think, to the terrorist attack on Le Bardo in March. Everything is much cheaper this year, due to the strong pound. Things went really dead when Ramadan started. We will avoid going during this time next and we will not be put off by the despicable attack in Sousse. Great place to visit is the animal park at Friguia. Also, try the Hamilton Hotel for a drink. A lovely 660ml bottle of beer is about £1-35 and you get plied with olives, salami, crisps and sometimes small open sandwiches.
Mrs E Myerscough, Blackpool
|27th May 2015|
|Single - Garden View|
Worth visiting the old town and Yasmine Hammamet. Lots of fixed price shops in Hammamet Yasmine. If you fancy your hand at bartering visit the medina.
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The Gulf of Hammamet has some picturesque beaches which are interspersed with private resort hotel beaches. At the beaches travellers will find a good choice of both motorised and non motorised watersports and diving is popular with scuba divers.
In the area of Yasmine Hammamet are wider and rougher beaches.
Things to Do
The Hammamet Medina is surrounded by ancient thick walls and in one corner is the 15th century Kasbah and there is also a Folklore Museum to look around.
For families there is the Flipper Aquapark which offers several pools and waterslides to keep the whole family entertained.
In nearby Yasmine Hammamet is the Carthageland which is theme park with a choice of rides and attractions.
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