Just for a moment, close your eyes and let yourself go to dream of Djerba... Fine and warm sandy beaches on which you can laze for hours, spicy perfumes of the souks, mint tea that is served with some delicious pastries, the Tunisian island is a real small Mediterranean paradise dotted with white cities of Berber inspiration, but not only. Djerba has seen civilizations pass through: it was Punic, Roman, Vandal, Byzantine, Aghlabid, Fatimid, Hafsid, Turkish, Husseinite and then French before becoming independent, and in 2011 to overthrow a president in office for more than twenty years to rebuild itself differently. Since then, it has been very quiet on the island of Djerba and hoteliers are constantly welcoming more and more travellers. The tourist guide of Djerba offers you a stroll in the multiple heritage of the island, where traditions are respected, but where modernity also has its place. From its fishing port to its craft markets, from its El-Ghriba synagogue to its 16th century Spanish fortress Borj el-Kebir, from its Tunisian cuisine restaurants to its splendid seaside, not to mention the warm welcome of its inhabitants to the sweetness of life, Djerba's assets are numerous! Ideal destination for a wellness or cultural stay, between beautiful beaches, sunny holidays and archaeological sites. Djerba la douce invites you to a wellness stay with friends with its many thalassotherapy centres. After a sunny excursion on the small Tunisian island, there is no better way to recharge your batteries. The same goes for a family stay after a visit to the crocodile farm, for example! It's as if.... Djerba had taken the best of each of the civilizations it had known to become a jewel of the Mediterranean! Discover the popular arts and traditions not far from the souks, smell the scents of exotic spices scenting the marketplaces. The coastal beaches will convince you to stay there. Djerba is an island that is bathed in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. You will fully enjoy your stay. As you will have understood, Djerba between land and sea, is like a small piece of paradise

What to visit Djerba & Area?

When to go to Djerba & Area?

When to go to Djerba? In seaside resorts, the high season is in July and August. This is where you will find the highest hotel rates. The low season begins in November and lasts until March or April. The rest of the time (May, June, September and October) is the middle season and it is probably the best time to go to Djerba. It should be noted that some establishments only operate in both seasons, so it is common to be in high season from June to September. Remember to check before booking. So when to go to Djerba? All year round, avoiding the tourist peak of July-August if possible

How to go to Djerba & Area? Our advice & tips

  • Organised trips
  • Going alone
  • Moving around

Tunisia, and Djerba in particular, is a well-known destination for French-speaking tour operators. You will therefore have no difficulty in finding a program adapted to your desires: all-inclusive stay (all-inclusive stay, all-inclusive stay) or tailor-made, family stay, honeymoon, sports holidays, thalasso stay... Djerba does not lack attractions!

It is not the Djerbians who will tell you the opposite. Proud of the quality of life offered by their island, Tunisians who live on the island all year round will always be available to welcome you and introduce you to the jewels of the region such as historical monuments or archaeological sites

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Average price of a direct flight from France to Djerba-Zarzis airport: high season, from 300 to 500 €, low season from 180 to 400 €. Please note that these are indicative rates and that the price variation depends on the company borrowed but, above all, on the reservation time. It is also possible to reach Tunisia by boat, especially from Marseille. Smart kid advises you not to wait too long. Book your return trip avoiding the high season, without forgetting your sunscreen, and go to Djerba!

To get around Djerba, public transport services will be used - the bus network works very well - but it will also be possible to travel by taxi. The other option is to rent a vehicle directly on site. In season, at a well-known rental company, you will pay about 350  € per week.

Prepare for your trip Djerba & Area

Transportation
  • Book a ferry
  • Car Rental
  • Taxi
Accommodations
  • Find a hotel
  • Holiday rental
Stays
  • Tailor-made trip
Services / On site
  • Book a table
  • Activities & visits

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Practical information
When to travel?

When to go to Djerba? In seaside resorts, the high season is in July and August. This is where you will find the high...
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Weather forecast

The weather of the island Djerba is conditioned by its Mediterranean climate, rather pleasant all year round. It is i...
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Budget

The currency you will use in Djerba is the Tunisian dinar (TND). Food, restaurants, gas and accommodation in mid-ra...
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Formalities

To get to the paradise of Djerba, you will need a valid passport at least during the stay, a return ticket or continu...
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Health

If the sanitary conditions are not the same as in Europe, the dangers are minimal when you go to Djerba. However, it...
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How to travel by yourself?

Average price of a direct flight from France to Djerba-Zarzis airport: high season, from 300 to 500 €, low season f...
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How to get organized?

Tunisia, and Djerba in particular, is a well-known destination for French-speaking tour operators. You will therefore...
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Getting around

To get around Djerba, public transport services will be used - the bus network works very well - but it will also be...
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