top of page

Acerca de


Travel information


Hygiene measures

Your health is very important to us, but so is the desire to enjoy a carefree and well-deserved holiday in our house.

Everyday rules still serve, as everywhere, for the safety of all of us.

For hand disinfection, disinfectants are available at the reception and in the restaurant area.


For us it means increased hygiene measures in front of and behind the scenes.

We have integrated all measures into our everyday life and work processes.


Entry requirements:

EU citizens only need a valid passport for entry for up to 3 months.

A visa is not required for this.


Local currency:

is the Tunisian dinar (TND). The export of Tunisian currency is strictly prohibited.

Foreign currency, on the other hand, may be imported in unlimited amounts. It is advisable to declare this if the value exceeds TND 3,000.

With international credit cards (Master Card, Visa, American Express and Eurocheque/Maestro card) cash withdrawals are possible at machines. 

Current course: LINK



In summer time, Tunisia is an hour behind!



Arabic and French.


Religion - Islam:

99% Muslim.



Be careful when consuming uncooked food and tap water (ice cubes in drinks, ice cream, etc.).

Medical care is guaranteed - but do not necessarily go to the local, city hospital, but to the polyclinics. 

Minor ailments are also treated in the pharmacies, which are also open at night.



Hot and dry summers, mild winters. High humidity, frequent subtropical rain showers in winter.


Travel in the country:

The most flexible means of travel to discover Tunisia is by car.

International car rental companies (airports, tourist zones, city centers) require the driver to be 21 years old, have an international driver's license and usually require a credit card.

Please check your rental car for  visible damage!

Travel cheaper? Take the train or a "Louage" shared taxi



The international dialing code for Tunisia is +216.


Emergency call:

Police: 197

Ambulance/emergency doctor: 190

Fire department: 198



It is customary to tip 10 to 15% of the bill. 

All waiters are looking forward to an additional income for the family :-)


bottom of page