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Combining the charm of a palace in the medina of Tunis & contemporary luxury beachfront in Hammamet

Visit the Medina with an architect, meet a contemporary artist, a dinner at a table in the Goulette

An invitation to well-being at every stage: steam bath, spa treatments and relaxation massage


This Tunisian escaped in two has been thought for followers Address combining charm and understated luxury. A first step in the heart of the medina of Tunis in a former palace rehabilitated for a journey into the past, a second beachfront in Hammamet in a contemporary address but filled with the charm. cocoon of well-being, in their own way, and tables that bring honor to the local gastronomy. And because the slogan of the trip is just welfare, you have exclusive access to the hammam and massage in your address in Tunis, and three spa treatments to choose your hotel in Hammamet.
On your agenda – Some highlights already planned in the program, starting with the discovery of the Medina of Tunis in the company of a local architect and historian. For the discerning palate, we planned a dinner full of flavors in a Jewish restaurant La Goulette – an institution in this neighborhood that once had fourteen synagogues for a mosque and a church. Lily and her son Jacob welcome in the garden of an old summer house. A pleasure comparable to a family lunch on a summer Sunday. A Hammamet, you will prolong the gustatory pleasures of a traditional cooking classes.


The Bayram Palace opens its doors in the heart of the medina of Tunis, in the oldest part of the old town. It took seven years to restore this former 18th century palace, meeting the most demanding rules decor, marble, tiles and woodwork. The former residence of the Grand Mufti of the Kingdom of Tunisia is now established as the most prestigious address in Tunis, and one of the most luxurious in the country. The palace houses a collection of particular tiles of Iznik, very few in the world – one of the most remarkable artistic elements of the heritage of Tunis. The 17 suites are spread over two floors around an open central courtyard. For the taste buds, the hotel also features a traditional gourmet restaurant (kitchen 100% Organic) and a tea house. And for further relaxation, we went willingly to the spa and hammam.

FACING THE SEA Hammamet – LA Badira

Its name means “as bright as the full moon.” And because modern construction hotel plays with light and shadow and poetry with revisits the spirit of the early 20th century when artists come to learn from the unique light of Hammamet. An authentic and discreet charm lives on the plot, inviting to idleness and contemplation. Impeccable service tasty table via the private beach, the enchanting spa, pools and the ubiquitous sea views, there is no false notes over. Des has come everywhere to ensure the privacy of each guest: here a private terrace, a fireplace there, again scented green boxes.


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