Around Tunisia in 20 unmissable spots

Around Tunisia in 20 unmissable spots

With its alleys, its Moorish cafes, its sublime studded blue wooden doors and its white and blue houses so characteristic of Tunisia, Sidi Bou Saïd is the most visited village in the country And we understand why ! Nestled on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean Sea 130 meters, this adorable village nicknamed the “little white and blue paradise” 17 km northeast of Tunis was the first classified site in the world, in 1915! We will take a taste break at the famous café des Nattes, frequented by André Gide, Simone de Beauvoir, Paul Klee, Chateaubriand, Gustave Flaubert, Alphonse de Lamartine, Colette … For the panorama, we prefer the café sidi Chebaane, immortalized in the song “Le Café des Délices” by Patrick Bruel, which offers a bird’s eye view of the bay of Tunis, the port of Sidi Bou Said, the site of Carthage and Cap Bon: splendid!


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