The Franco-Tunisian Arabic (officially Republic of Tunisia) attracts with its three thousand years of history to hundreds of visitors per year. This beautiful country lies between two completely different landscapes, embracing the diversity of the Sahara desert in Africa and the Mediterranean coast and surrounded by Algeria and Libya to the west to the east and south. Going north from the capital city will arrive at the fabled ruins of Carthage, where time seems to take us back several centuries and a trip to the glorious past.
The Mediterranean climate of Tunisia makes it a paradise of warm waters and sunny days cooled by gentle breezes throughout the year. Summers are hot and dry, while winter is more humid. The interior is characterized by higher rainfall in winter and higher temperature during the summer. The days are cooler between October and May, while the highest heat produced in July and August. (más…)