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Departure from the hotel by the Roman road towards Tataouine.Arrival in Khalfallah. Stop by and visit an oil mill during the olive harvest or stop in the sand dunes of Chahbania. Arrival in Tataouine and visit of the market and the city centerDirection Chenini, the village surmounted by a rocky ridge at the foot of which is a very old mosque. lunch at the local restaurant.Guided tour of the Berber village Chenini. Departure for Ksar El Ferch or Ksar Hdadda.Arrival at Ksar and visit.Departure for Djerba by the Roman way.
First step of this excursion Kairouan, the 4th holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia. You will visit the Great Mosque which is the oldest religious building of the Muslim West. Afterwards, you will discover the "mausoleum of the barber" and you will have free time in the medina. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Aghlabid basins, built in the 9th century, to supply the city of Kairouan with drinking water.Continuation towards the city of El Jem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa, for the visit of its Amphitheater.
Pre-book tickets to the Bardo National Museum to discover artifacts that go from the ancient Romans to Islamic artwork. Opt for tickets only or add round-trip, private transport from your Tunis hotel. Since your Bardo National Museum admission is valid for the site’s full opening hours, you’ll have the flexibility to arrive at a time that’s convenient for you.
Departure to Bulla Regia (160 km from Tunis). This area is well worth a visit for its fascinating history. Here, the Romans built their villas with one floor above and below, to avoid heat. Seven villas have been excavated so far and named after the beautiful mosaics discovered within. Proceed to Dougga (65 km from Bulla Regia). Lunch at a local restaurant.Dougga houses some of the largest Roman ruins in North Africa. The tower starts with the theater during the Second Century and donated by the Gracchus family & it continues to the "Place of the Roses of Wind", the Market Place, dominated by Mercury, the god of commerce, the well preserved Capitoline Temple, dedicated To the three deities, the Forum, the Public licinius Baths & it ends with the House of Trifolium, the Cyclopes therms and the magnificent twelve-seat latrines.