Hammamet, where La Badira is situated, is a charming town. Bathed in light, it is a place for pleasant strolls, for visiting the Medina and for exploring its narrow winding streets. Stop for a chicha in one of the cafes or visit the gardens of the Villa Sebastian to feel the magic of Hammamet’s yesteryear.
Situated about an hour from Hammamet, the country’s capital seduces visitors with its diverse oriental and colonial influences. Visit the Medina, the heart of life in Tunis, or stroll along cosmopolitan Avenue Habib Bourguiba lined with shops selling well known international brands.
And should you want to leave the bustle of city life behind, just 20 minutes away and close to the sea is the famous blue and white village of Sidi Bou Said, a place of exceptional charm.
Should you want to admire Tunisia’s exceptional archeological heritage, La Badira can guide you in the footsteps of Didon and of Hannibal and help you to discover the country’s magnificent antique sites, from El Jem to Carthage and Oudna to Pupput.
For those wishing to exercise both body and spirit there are numerous activities at La Badira including golf, tennis, horse riding, and yoga.
If you are looking for a truly personal experience La Badira can arrange made-to-measure excursions from the discovery of Tunisian wine making to the festival of classical music at El Jem, from a night under the starry Saharan sky at Nefta to the discovery of the Star Wars sets at Tataouine. Just let yourself be seduced by the magic of Tunisia, all within a few hours of the hotel.
In our two boutiques, one dedicated to local produce and gastronomy and the other to handicrafts, discover what makes the richness and authenticity of Tunisia. The boutiques are open all day and offer products of excellent quality including local olive oil, in-season preserves, silky textiles and pottery from nearby Nabeul.