Even though Sidi Bou Saïd probably isn’t an insider tip anymore, the small town on Tunisia’s Mediterranean coast is still absolutely worth seeing. That’s because the whole village is kept in two colours. Whether church, shutters, awning, park bench or rubbish bin: Simply everything is white and/or blue here.
With its golden beaches and sapphire blue sea, its medieval monuments and its charming marina, Monastir offers one of the most attractive faces of Tunisia.
If you’re dreaming of long, glorious summer days, postcard-pretty beaches and warm dips in the Mediterranean Sea, look no further than Tunisia. With 800 miles of beautiful coastline and a variety of sunbathing spots to discover, from family-friendly resorts to secluded beaches, you’ll love the variety that Tunisia has to offer.
Not being able to travel is hard. Taking a walk around our own neighbourhoods while being fully present helps to capture some of the magic of travel, because we notice what makes it unique. For this reason, I decided to spend a weekend break on Malta’s sister island Gozo and picked Xlendi Central Apartment as the perfect relaxing stay for me as it’s close to the picturesque Xlendi Cliffs and some scenic Mediterranean coastal walks.