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Civilizations fallen in love with Djerba

Djerba, Tunisia

Houmt El Souk, 06-Oct-2018 (UITV) - Djerba is a beautiful and small island in the Mediterranean sea. It is the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabès, off the coast of Tunisia.
Meninx was the name for Djerba until the third century AD. During the middle Ages, Djerba was occupied by many rulers who had fallen in love with it. After 4th century Djerba has been continually occupied.

Traditional souk (market)

Houmt El Souk is a popular tourist destination, it is best known for its traditional souk (market) and the Aghlabid fortress.


The best time to visit Djerba and enjoy the sun and the sea is the summer, from June to September.
Sandy beaches and beautiful, peaceful and silent countryside will definitely blow minds of visitors.

Camel tours

One from the best ecological destinations in the World, this island preserves its traditions and its unique architectural theme.
Djerba is one of the few remaining places in Tunisia where a Berber language is still spoken. It is also notable for being home to one of the last remaining Jewish communities in the Arab world.

Underground mosque, Djerba

Djerba has hundreds of mosques, five hundred thousand olive trees and hundreds years of history influenced by the Roman, Ottoman, Berber and Jewish empires. Tunisia has sought UNESCO World Heritage Status protections for the island.
Djerba offers joy in all angles, so don’t miss this place in the list of travelling places.