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Late deals to Djerba Island provide a relaxing beach based holiday with stunning beaches, clear turquoise seas and wonderful landscapes. Djerba Island is located off the south east coast off Tunisia and is connected to the mainland by an ancient roman foundation causeway which is only three miles long.
The climate on Djerba Island is fabulous all year round with hot summers, warm winters and very little rain fall. Temperatures will exceed thirty degrees Celsius in the summer and in the winter temperatures will remain fairly high, averaging around eighteen degrees Celsius. With over three hundred days of sunshine in the year and very little rain it is surprising that there are so many flowers and olive trees that bloom here making Djerba Island a beautiful and scenic destination to visit, and ideal for those last minute holiday deals.
A last minute winter holiday to Djerba Island is a perfect getaway to re-charge your batteries and get some winter sunshine. Djerba Island has beautiful beaches and the best ones are located on the north east coast. They all have miles and miles of soft sand and amazing clear waters which are fabulous for the wide variety of water sports available on all of the beaches.
When you travel on your last minute bargain holidays to Djerba Island you will find most of the hotels are located on the north east coast and are mainly luxury, upmarket hotels with most of them lining the beachfront with their own private section of beach. Although they are a high standard of accommodation they are also really geared up for families too.
Djerba Island holidays are mainly a hotel and beach based destination offering all you need for your holidays, however should you want to go and sample the local life why not try out some of the traditional cafes and restaurants which are more inland from the tourist area. It is here you also find the local bazaars, souvenir shops and markets to do a spot of shopping. Nightlife on the island is very quiet although the entertainment and restaurant selections in the hotels are second to none with the odd hotel also providing nightclubs for the livelier holiday maker.