Destination DjerbaDestination Djerba

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Don’t miss these highlights:

  • El Jem: A magnificently preserved Roman Coliseum
  • Matmata: Special underground homes that have been carved out of the rocks
  • Douz: The gateway to the Sahara, where you can go on a camel ride and cross through the desert or fly over the sand dunes with a buggy.

Houmt Souq

Houmt Souq is the small capital of the island of Djerba. It is a sociable, busy, little town, with its small yet lively souk, wide streets with modern buildings and a picturesque fishing port. Arabs and Jews (mostly silversmiths and goldsmiths) live peacefully alongside each other here. Do not miss out the interesting, small museum, as the building itself is even worth a visit. Here you can find many aspects of daily life on Djerba, such as jewels, old Korans, traditional clothing and the huge jars that these are preserved in.

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