Bungalow + room and pool, 2 steps from the most beautiful beaches of the island
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100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Excellent à tous point de vue.
Havre de paix non loin de la plage, la propriété est très bien entretenue.
Le propriétaire fait tout pour recevoir les locataires en amis et leur faire aimer Djerba. De bons conseils pour tout (touristiques,,culturelles et pratiques).
Un grand merci !!!
Je vous conseil cette endroit et cette residence paisible propre et agréable
Zouheir et nacer ferons tous pour que votre sejour se deroul parfaitement.
La localisation de la residence et bien situé la picine est super propre
In addition to its natural assets (magnificent expanses of olive and palm trees, impenetrable earth fences surmounted by agaves, aloes and figs of barbarism, long sandy or rocky beaches), the island of Djerba offers a multitude socio-cultural spots (Menzels serving traditional dwellings, lively weekly markets and markets, folklore and active minorities, a hundred small typical mosques, some underground oil mills still intact, workshops of active artisans, museums and theme parks ...).
We will be happy to answer all your requests for information.
Some spots (but the following is far from being an exhaustive list) are worth a visit:
• The Borj El-Kebir or Borj Ghazi Mustapha or the Spanish fort: On the remains of an ancient Roman fort, Roger de Loria, Admiral of Aragon and Sicily, built a new fortress in 1289. In the middle of the fifteenth century, the Hsidian Sultan, Abu Fares El Hafsi, completed the construction, which was further strengthened by the privateer Dragut in 1557 and in 1560, by the Spanish, who were there, the same year, besieged and exterminated.
• The Fadhloun Mosque, built in the 14th century. The mosque has a transcendent architecture for its simplicity and beauty. Its originality lies in the fact that it seems to have retained its original architecture.
• El Ghriba Synagogue: The foundations of this synagogue date back to the 6th century BC. J. C., making it one of the oldest in the world. According to tradition, the construction of the synagogue would be linked to the establishment on the island a colony of Jewish refugees fleeing the Persian armies, after the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by the Babylonians (586 BC. J.C.). These refugees would have saved some manuscripts of the tables of the law. In the 15th century AD C., the community grew with the arrival of Jews expelled from Spain by the Catholic Monarchs. The sanctuary of El-Ghriba is considered to be the second largest Jewish devotional and, as such, is the annual pilgrimage site (Jewish Passover) of Jews from all over the world.
• The underground oil mill El-Fsili in Midoun
• The foundouks (caravanserais) of Houmt-Souk
• The fish market of Houmt-Souk where the auction sale is practiced again and again.
• The village of Guellala potters where a few craftsmen continue, against all odds, to perpetuate a thousand years of know-how.
• The Guellala Museum, built on the highest point of the island (50m!), allow you to fly over the life of the island (scenes of everyday life, reconstitution of craft activities, traditional clothes ...)
• The Lalla Hadria Museum (Djerba Explore Park) offers a rich collection of a thousand pieces covering the Arab-Muslim art of the Mediterranean basin since the 7th century.
• The Menzel of Djerba Explore, offering a reconstruction of the traditional habitat as well as some craft activities (weaving workshop, pottery workshop).