Riad Palms Hotel is set among palm trees right on the edge of the beautiful beach in the centre of Sousse, Tunisia. A 4 star Sousse hotel where tradition, luxury and technology all come together to create a relaxed atmosphere.
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InterContinental Hotel is in the prestigious West Bay area in Doha, Qatar overlooking the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, on the beach. A 5 star Doha hotel with the major central business district, the diplomatic area and the centre of the city Doha nearby.
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Although many people picture Tunisia as a sun, sea and sand destination, it takes small effort to discover a different world furthern inland. Facinating old walled cities, history, and of course Sahara Desert.
Tunisia is friendly to the visitor, with a lot on offer even if the visit is short.
Arabic is the official language of Tunisia, a country with a population of 10 million in an area of 163 000 sq kms.
Tunis is the capital city with a population of about 900 000 people on the North East part of Tunisia.
Hammamet is the international beach holiday resort in Cap Bon, with many large but low rise hotels by the endless sandy beach.
Sousse and Port el Kantaoui further south share pretty, extensive sandy beaches that go as far as Monastir, past Skanes, the location of the international airport of South Tunisia.
Douz is the gateway to Sahara Desert, starting point of many adventures into the dessert but also the location of the popular Sahara Festival taking place here betwen November and December.
Djerba the island in the gulf of Gabes is the Tunisian version of the "lotus eaters" as described in Hommer's Odyssey. Great beaches in Midoun and several hotels catering for Tunisian and international clientele are here. Interesting architecture and El Ghriba, the only Jewish Synagogue in North Africa is in the village of Erriadh.