For an unforgettable stay, we offer a selection of excursions to discover the charm of Tunisia.

We offer tours to be conducted before or after surgeries, as well as half-day visits that do not require physical effort.




Sidi Bou Saïd is a village of international fame. It is known to be a world-wide heritage of the UNESCO. It is situated on the gulf of Tunis. Sidi Bou Saïd is a place that reflects the delicacy of its inhabitants due to its architecture. The village steeped in an almost perfect harmony with it two symbolic colors: blue and white, which are imposed by the famous Baron Rodolphed’ Erlanger.


small Bordj, that sheltered the Mourabitounes in the 9th century, stretched over the centuries to be transformed into a village sheltering the noblemen of Tunis. This expansion began in the beginning of the 17th century, after the Bey Hussien Ben Ali constructed a mosque whose monumental entry represents the current “Cafe des Nattes”. Then, Mahmoud Bey built his summer residence there, and new houses began to form the new village.

 From the second half of the 20th century, a picturesque image stuck to Sidi Bou Saïd: The zaouïa of Sidi Chabâane was transformed into a Moorish coffee, some houses became luxury restaurants, like Dar Zarrouk, and the Souks became Bzzars. The “Kharja” of Sidi Bou Said celebrated every year, which became a kind of attraction for the tourists.




Souk el Kachachine is the place to go for wholesale rugs and clothes, and Souk et Trouk is where you'll find carpet shops. Souk de la Laine retains a few traditional tailors. Copper and brass work, as well as chicha pipes, are best bough on Souk du Cuivre, off Rue de la Kasbah


 At Medina, there are Tunisian foodstuffs for sale, which make great souvenirs, including boxes of chocolate-covered dates, dried fruits and Tunisian olive oil. Bargaining is a light-hearted affair and a little perseverance (plus a glass of tea with a bigger purchase) is required. 



Today, it is mainly Roman sites (theatres, temples, villas and baths), which can be seen in Carthage. Among the highlights are the ruins of the Roman amphitheatre and the thermal Antonine Baths, which were once the largest baths built by the Romans. You can get a great view of Carthage by climbing the nearby Byrsa Hill, on which you'll also find the Carthage Museum



The museum displays mosaics, sculptures and artifacts from the period before Carthage was destroyed by Rome in 146 BC. Also on Byrsa Hill is St. Louis Cathedral, built by the French in 1890 and dedicated to the 13th century saint-king who died on the shores of Carthage in 1270. It is now deconsecrated and used for concerts





 Thanks to its collection of mosaics, the Bardo museum has gained an international reputation for the richest, the most varied and the most refined collection. Amongst the finest pieces it holds are the representation of Virgil surrounded by muses, or the pavement of Dionysos giving Ikarios the gift of the vine, or another celebrating the triumph of Neptune, to mention only a few of the key exhibits. But these are not the museum’s only assets.


  Enjoy your stay with all the opportunities offered by thalassotherapy, golf, gastronomy… a way to be fully at peace with yourself


 The thalassotherapy is very useful, either before or after an aesthetic intervention, the results will be optimized and you will be completely relaxed. A wide range of treatments is offered to meet your specific needs and expectations


  We can also help you discover the Tunisian cuisine, a cuisine rich in flavors and spices from the best restaurants in the capital, Dar El Jeld restaurant in the heart of the Medina of Tunis, Arab-style, in a setting worthy of the Thousand and One Nights, which offers traditional cuisine appreciated by various gourmet.




  Located in a beautiful green space in the old eucalyptus surrounded by pine, cypress, palm, olive and orange trees, this small golf course, 18 holes 66 (4,432 meters), requires skill and precision. It is about 8 minutes from Tunis-Carthage airport and 10 minutes from the capital


  It is located in a beautiful landscape of lakes and olive trees, not far from the beach of Hammamet. Two championship courses with 18 holes (par 72) and the practices of 450 meters combined with modern room of the club house, make this "green" a privileged place for international competitions.


 6062 meters long path that lies between the hills of Hammamet: 18 holes (par 72) are suitable for all types of players. The camp has a luxurious clubhouse with panoramic views.



 The evening entertainment is generally concentrated in cafes and hotels. In the big cities you can find great restaurants and bars to eat and drink: experience of the magical nights! In the city there are not many clubs aimed. Near the port of France in the evening is a continuous succession of smells of incense and hookah through small arched doors in soft lighting host dances and traditional music from Tunisia