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Fremdenverkehrsamt Tunesien

Eschersheimer Landstr. 10, 60322 Frankfurt am Main
Telephone +49 69 1338350
Fax +49 69 13383522

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Water Sports

From the calm waters of Djerba in the south, to more sporty locations on the north coast, you can try windsurfing or have a go on a catamaran and a whole host of other water sports like jet skiing or kite surfing.

Whether you’re a beginner or hone your skills at the water sports of your choice at countless water sport centres dotted along the Tunisian coast.

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Scuba diving

Diving in Tunisia means exploring some really dazzling submarine landscapes, grottos and drop-offs, impressive tunnels, mysterious wrecks from the Second World War and vast swathes of Posidonia! The Tunisian coastline offers a well-kept example of the Mediterranean. Not yet very well known among divers, there are plenty of surprises on offer here: strangely shaped nudibranchs, shimmering mottled cuttlefish, dozens of sea bream and groupers and giant shellfish. Tunisia boasts 20 diving clubs affiliated with the Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques; they will teach you how to feel comfortable in your flippers and take you out on some memorable adventures. And thanks to the country’s many tourist attractions, you can really get the most out of your stay.

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From Tabarka and Bizerte on the northern coast to the Gulf of Gabès in the south, via the Cap Bon peninsula and the whole of the east coast, sailors have access to around thirty different ports and boatyards. Seven marinas offer cutting-edge equipment and services and facilities for winter storage. If your boat needs some maintenance, there are a number of shipyards, including some that are internationally renowned, dotted along the Tunisian coast.

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Discover Tunesia - White sand and blue skies

With its fantastic coastline, 1,250 kilometres of fine sandy beaches and its string of idyllic islands, Tunisia is one of the best-known Mediterranean destinations for seaside holidays. From Nabeul to Mahdia, from Tabarka to Djerba, hotels with lush green gardens jostle for space along the coast.

The sea stretches out like a magnificent blue mirror; children play in the water, the multi-coloured domes of parasail wings rise up into the sky, windsurfers crisscross over the water, jet skis buzz along the shoreline…

The wide range of hotels, resorts, activities and leisure options guarantee a fun-packed holiday. Less well known are some of Tunisia’s romantic beaches, well-kept secrets off the beaten path, studded with unusually shaped rocks, or lined with palm trees and golden sand dunes.