Hammamet has changed greatly from the small fishing village it once was
Hammamet holidays have established themselves over a lengthy period as a favourite Tunisian beach resort amongst holidaymakers of many different nationalities.
It is one of the largest and northernmost tourist resorts in Tunisia and there is a great choice of water sports on Hammamet holidays. The modern, comfortable hotels have an excellent reputation and retain many repeat guests year after year and usually have their own private section of the beach. Stroll down the tree-lined promenade or live it up at one of the open air nightclubs, the resort’s facilities ensure that the pace of life on holidays in Hammamet is entirely under your control! Hammamet is full of greenery and in particular is known for its Jasmine, hence the name of its new purpose-built sister resort ‘Hammamet Yasmine’, which was only opened in 2005 and is situated next to Hammamet itself.
Quick Hammamet Tips
The currency needed for holidays to Hammamet is the Tunisian Dinar
Tunisia operates a closed currency meaning you can not take money out of the country, you can exchange your holiday cash at the hotel reception or a local bank
You do not need a visa for Hammamet holidays however you will have to fill a landing card in on the flight, you must also retain your stub for the return flight