Top Attractions in Hammamet
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- Very clean manicured beach, clean sand (around hotels), secure police presence, shallow water, very litter litter.moderate amount of hawkers and beach activitiesWritten 24 June 2022
- We got a taxi here, that was a scary ride out. Lovely place to have a wonder and a look at the medina. We stopped for dinner right on the medina which was lovely.
The thing that ruined it for us was the hassle we were given to but things when all we wanted was a walk to see the medina.Written 14 August 2022
- After a scary taxi ride, approached by a man claiming to be the hotel chef so turn your wrist band around so where you are staying cannot be identified. Nice wonder around the market.Written 14 August 2022
- This is a pleasant place to visit. Has a lot of history and culture. The Villa is well preserved and pleasant to walk around. There is no food in the place and you have to pay 5 Dinar to visit but well worth a visit. Depending on where you stay, if you plan to visit Yasmine Hamammet then take a taxi which is 15 Dinar one way as tour guides bookings will charge more and you really do not need a tour guide. It also has a Colosseum so worth a visit. While you are there take a taki to Kasbah as its close by.Written 15 July 2019
- Was a cheap day out only a few rides and height restrictions not the same as UK my 5 year old wasn't allowed on bumper cars with his dad. We got the package of theme park and water park water park great for little kids but only 3 big slides the children's play pools was greatWritten 5 July 2022
- Located in old Hammamet this is worth spending some time visiting. You pay 8 dinar to enter the old fort if you like a bit of history and culture go and visit.
Getting a taxi was a complete bun fight. Don't bother queuing or being polite, you just have to go for it passengers are getting.g out ot you are in fir a very long wait!Written 17 August 2019
- I love Tunisia, and to visit places like these make me wanna live here! Such a beautiful architecture !Written 11 October 2021
- Mall is a pretentious name ... it's actually a supermarket. A good place for souvenir lovers and local products,wit fix price. No sellers to bother you trying to sell more than you want, you can freely choose what you want.Written 9 July 2019
- This is a lovely little parish that is very devotional. I was on holiday in Hammamet and they were very welcoming toward me.
Masses at 18:00 on Saturdays (Vigil Mass) and 11:00 on Sundays.Written 2 March 2018
- Museum not easy to find but is well worth visiting. Museum has a lot of interesting historical artefacts as well as displays of Tunisian life. Cost 10 Dinars but was well worth it. Has good views from rooftop terrace.Written 2 December 2019
- Don't go to Pupput if you are looking for a place with lots of signs, explanations and descriptions. However, if you want the chance to just wander around a partly excavated Roman site,imagine what it was like, and enjoy the peace and quiet, watch the birds and insects, then this is a good, and cheap way to do it. No one else there, five dinar entrance, and a cafe serving good mint tea just outside.Written 3 February 2020
- We walked a long way from the town center to find the Neapolis site and it was a disappointment . We paid the 5 dinars each entry & I added the 1 dinar for permission to take photos , but had a hard time finding anything worth taking a picture of .
The mosaics at the nymphs bath house are in a pitiful state , open to the elements and loosing all their color . The underground sewerage system is about the only thing in a good state sadly . The actual salting site is not much better unfortunately. There are toilets on site and at least it was open unlike Pupput & the archaeological museum in Nabeul , plus the walk was healthy so gets 2 stars instead of 1 .There appears to be a lot more to discover on this site , but not the means to bring the ruins to the surface , which may be a good idea for their preservation as visitors can actually walk on the ancient paving .Written 12 December 2018
- This place was probably fantastic when it first opened but it doesn't look like a penny has been spent on it since then.
Broken sun loungers just left anywhere, loose handrails on bridges, weeds growing through the paving, paint peeling off the walls of the pools, lazy river not flowing (I assume it did at one point), closed down & carry looking food outlet.....
One good point was that when I cut my elbow on one of the tube rides the man in charge if first aid patched me up quickly & thoroughly. I probably wouldn't have injured myself if the tubes had been properly maintained though!
We had fun but the owners need to do some renovations before next summer.Written 10 September 2018
- A lot of small stands selling cloths,cheap jewels,souvenirs,traditional products and many other things. The problem is that if you pay a little attention to the sellers, they get distressing and insist on making you buy something. I didn't like their attitude. Better avoid.Written 8 July 2019
- Golf course fully maintained and joy to play. 2 x 18 hole with 2 level of play. Personnel professional and friendly. Golf pro Fethi Mhadhbi excellent - modern style of play and immediate improvement .Written 18 January 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Hammamet
- The best day trips from Hammamet according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Excursion of 1 day Tunis, Sidi Bousaid, Carthage and Hammamet departure of sousse
- Out of time Berber villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia
- Tunis, Sidi Bousaid and Carthage day trip from Hammamet
- Private day tour Sidi Bousaid, Carthage and Hammamet departing from sousse
- Tunis - Carthage - Sidi Bou Said (With a tour guide)