1. Tunis: Hammamet and Nabeul Tour
Your tour will begin as you depart to Nabeul. This city is well known for the manufacture of pottery, plates decorated with paint, and faience, the fruit of a craft that is passed down from generation to generation. The manufacture of mats, made from green rush in traditional workshops, is also an essential item of this city. You can take the road to Hammamet for a guided tour of the Medina, built in front of the sea with magnificent views of the rooftops. Later, discover the villa of George Sebastian, built in a pure Arab-Andalusian style on the 1920s. This villa housed Romanian artist G. Sebastian and his wife, a wealthy American. The villa is built in front of the sea and surrounded by a park teeming with magnificent trees and rare species of a prolific orchard and an open-air orangery. You will then have free time for lunch in Hammamet, with recommendations happily provided by your guide. Following lunch, you will take a small stroll through the port of Hammamet, before being taken back to your place of residence.