Residence & Villas in Tunisia Kelibia Beach

Residence & Villas in Tunisia Kelibia Beach

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Our Tunisian holiday vacation rental villa is richly furnished offers satellite TV, air conditioning, a garage with private parking, 5 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, a lush garden, internet access and a telephone. Nearby is a restaurant with typical Tunisian food, a café, a super market and a children’s park. We are located in the loveliest and most fabulous beaches of tunisia.


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Charming and wonderful sea locations, amazing natural landscapes, tradition and culture. Enjoy your holidays in beautiful dream places, live your unique emotions near the most famous beaches of tunikelibia beach

our villa is located close to restaurants hotels cafes supermarket and the punic and roman sites as well as the fishing port of kelibia


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Villa de 350 m² à Kelibia (Tunisie), Quartier Residentiel

Villa de 350 m² pour des vacances à la mer

Quartier Residentiel, Kelibia, Tunisie

Jusqu'à 4 personnes :


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3 chambres 2 lits doubles 2 lits simples 3 canapés-lits 1 salle de bain 1 WC

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Aménagements de la location

Cuisine indépendante Séjour Salon Terrasse Jardin Garage Environnement de la location

Bord de mer (< 1 km) Éléments pratiques

Proche commerce Proche centre ville Non fumeur Véhicule conseillé Équipements disponibles

Vaisselle Ustensiles Réfrigérateur Congélateur Four Micro-Onde Lave linge Fer à repasser Climatisation Aspirateur Téléviseur Magnétoscope Lecteur DVD Cable Satellite Téléphone Accès Internet Salon de jardin Activités disponibles aux alentours

Randonnées Tennis Baignade Pêche Thermalisme Cinéma Discothèque Parc de loisir Voile Plongée Pistes cyclables Tarifs et disponibilités

Les tarifs sont fournis à la semaine.

Disponible en Basse Saison : 350 €

Disponible en Moyenne Saison : 400 €

Disponible en Haute Saison : 420 €

Disponible en Très Haute Saison : 450 €

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Our Tunisian holiday vacation rental villa is richly furnished offers satellite TV, air conditioning, a garage with private parking, 5 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, a lush garden, internet access and a telephone. Nearby is a restaurant with typical Tunisian food, a café, a super market and a children’s park. We are located in the loveliest and most fabulous beaches of tunisia.

Tunisia is a country of many contrasts where visitors are offered fine beaches, wooded mountains, busy cities and the grandiose expanse of the desert. Tunisia has always been welcoming to man whose traces can be found everywhere in various forms. The Tunisian Sahara covers more than half the country and is a fascinating ecological environment. In the northern desert there are many long standing human settlements, traditional urban complexes, mountain villages and oases. Our lovely Villa rental is the perfect place from which to explore this rich historical landscape.

Further south the desert becomes more pronounced only protected by wild flora and fauna and occasional traces of human presence survive here. Rare fortifications and wells for the survival of the nomads and caravans can also be found. Spectacular but vulnerable settlements established far back in the country’s history constitute opportunities to discover the desert’s age.

Today is the perfect time to make plans to visit and stay in Tunisia and our lovely vacation rental villa in Tunisia.



This religious centre, the holy city of Kairouan, nicknamed the “town with three hundred mosques” is the spiritual home of all Tunisians where the minaret of the Great Mosque looms over the skyline of the city. Kairouan, the former capital of the Aghlabid emirs, is a place of tremendous historical significance. The spell binding old town fascinates its visitors. The Great Mosque, the symbol of Kairouan, dates from the 9th century and has been in use by Islamic worshippers longer than any other mosque in North Africa. It is a masterpiece of Islamic architecture with exquisite wood carved doors and stucco arabesques, bearing witness to its past glory. The mosque itself is a virtual fortress.

Next is the Barbier Mausoleum, also known as the Mosque of Sidi Sahab. The mosque and its surrounding complex are still a much venerated pilgrimage site. Most of the existing buildings date from the 17th and 19th centuries. Abu Zama El Belaoui, who was buried here, was one of the companions of the Prophet. He always kept three hairs of the Prophet’s beard with him and hence the tendency to call him the Prophet’s barber.

Visit the Aghlibythes Pools which dip down into the porous rocks far below the city. The cisterns are filled by rain that has been collected from courtyards and rooftops. In the 9th century, the city’s water problem was solved by building a 35 km long aqueduct from the foothills of the Tell Mountains. Many of the pools have since been restored and have been equipped with fountains and lights.

Next is the Medina with its imposing walls and monumental gates. Here you will find hundreds of shops where the world famous Kairouan carpets, made of pure wool, are woven and sold. Since Kairouan is the oldest and most renowned carpet center located in Tunisia, we will stop to admire Tunisian craftsmen as they blend traditional Tunisian patterns.

Visit the medina of Sousse, the third largest city in Tunisia. The distinctive Ribat begun in 821 is the best preserved example of a type of building peculiar to this era in North African history. Being Sousse’s oldest Islamic monument, it was part of a chain of fortresses found along the North African Coast. For a Muslim to serve in a Ribat for a certain number of days was said to guarantee a place in paradise.

Monastir is the birth place of the famous first president Bourghiba. Monastir, once just a fishing port on the Sahel coast and formerly known as Ruspina, served as Julius Caesar’s operation base for his African campaign. A visit will be made to the Castle. The historical monuments of the city are found within the crenellated walls of the Medina and testify to the city’s long lasting importance.


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