Hammamet Yasmine, Tunisia
Hammamet Yasmine is an extension of the resort of Hammamet and is a new and emerging resort which offers a wealth of entertainments and amenities.
Customer satisfaction99% of our customers recommend us
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99% of our customers recommend us
Book with confidence
Your package holiday is financially protected with ATOL
£1 hotel deposits
Pay the balance up to 2 weeks before you fly.
£30pp holiday deposits
Spread the cost on package holidays.
Map of Hammamet Yasmine
Hammamet Yasmine Reviews
Mrs M Woods, Leicester
|19th Jun 2015|
|Single - Garden View|
It was like a ghost town. Although the beach was very nice there was nothing in the vicinity bar a few hotels; most of which were falling down. Nothing to do in the evenings at all.
Mrs D Stevenson, Newcastle Upon Tyne
|10th Jun 2015|
|Chich Khan Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
Beautiful beach with some lovely places to eat out.
Miss E Davidson, Wantage
|8th Jun 2015|
|Houda Yasmine Hammamet Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Economy|
Great walks around the marina looking around the boats and grabbing a bite to eat. Fun walking around the medina, the hustle and bustle of tourists and sellers; great atmosphere especially at night
Miss R Richardson, Banbury
|7th Jun 2015|
|Double Or Twin|
There wasn't much night life hardly any pubs.
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Hammamet Yasmine has a beautiful 4km stretch of sandy beach which has been awarded a Blue Flag award. The beach is lined with bars and restaurants and for the active a good choice of watersports is available offering everying from jet skiing to parasailing.
Things to Do
This modern resorts offers something for anyone including golf courses, nightclubs and the Carthage Land theme park.
Ten minutes away is the popular resort of Hammamet where there is a 13th century Medina which houses the oldest mosque in North Africa. The Medina is packed with narrow alleyways filled with restaurants, bars and market stalls selling shisha pipes and carpets. The 1920's George Sebastian Villa is another peaceful tourist spot which offers beautiful gardens set beside the beach.
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