Beach season in Tunisia divides into three periods. From September to October and from April to June is when the temperature is comfortable, and prices are lower. High season lasts from July to August and these months are unbearably hot known for skyrocketing prices. This country is well-known for its clean water, golden sand and vast and beautiful beaches.
There are many great sites to choose from if you are a beach lover. In Hammamet, for example, you will find white sand beaches and enjoy scuba diving with the fantastic underwater world. Sousse is known for its flaming nightlife, not to mention its beautiful sea and gorgeous beaches. The city also hosts the annual summer festival with bright carnival processions through the streets. Monastir offers the iconic camel walk along the water. To the south-east, on Tunisia’s famous peninsula of Djerba, the beaches boast numerous palm trees and excellent seafood dishes. El Haouaria beaches, known for spectacular rocks around, are suitable for hiking and taking marvelous pictures. Something more traditional can be found in Plage de Chaffar in the Sfax City, where local families spend their holidays.