Flaubert once said that in Djerba "the air is so mild that it prevents you from dying". The temperatures remain above 20°C from April-May until October-November. Spring and autumn are therefore two of the best seasons to visit the island in peace, away from the major tourist influx.
Djerba is a popular seaside destination. Many hotels have been built: they are concentrated along the coastline (the island has no less than 77 miles of beaches), particularly on the east coast. However, the inland is still largely preserved. Fields of olive trees alternate with menzels, these traditional houses are white washed and surrounded by orchards, enclosed by walls. You will pass herds of goats as soon as you leave the main roads, and you may come across one or two camels in the shade of palm trees.
Rural and still largely preserved, Djerba is a place to discover on one of many excursions offered by tour agencies located in hotels. Although the beaches on the island are very pleasant, it would be a shame to only have a seaside holiday. The ideal thing is to alternate a day at the water's edge and a day trip. Depending on your tastes, you may prefer the discovery of crafts (pottery), architecture or landscapes.
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The maximum temperature is <24°, temperature felt between 30°C and 33°C.
Little or no rain (less than 1.5mm per day).
Sunny (over 80% sunshine).
High air temperature (>24°C), high sea temperature (>24°C), light to moderate winds (between 7 mph and 12 mph).
Optimal comfort: optimal wind speed (between 7 mph and 12 mph) in a warm environment (>24°C).
Total relaxation at tiny prices? It exists, on the island of Djerba in Tunisia. Fly straight into the local airport and discover the exotic beaches from Houmt-Souk to Aghir with a huge selection of hotels right on their waterfront. While there are few cultural activities, sports and leisure activities ...
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