The island of Djerba is one of the Tunisian islands located in the south-east of Tunis, in the Gulf of Gabès in particular, and administratively administers the province of Medenine. It is 400 km from Tunis. The island is about 514 km². Djerba is the largest of the North African islands. 125 km. The island has two outlets; the first is in the area of Agim through the ferry coming from the cliff, the second via the Roman road from Zarzis. The Tunisians call it the Island of Dreams. The island of Djerba was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016, due to its cultural and cultural heritage.
The island of Djerba is characterized by a very impressive architectural style, especially buildings and mosques, and the visitor is surprised by the beauty of the decoration used in the decoration of mosques. However, the architecture of the mosques in Djerba is simple compared to other Tunisian mosques, but the colors are often white, Green paint for doors and windows.
Houmt Souk is a 10-minute drive from Djerba. The area is famous for being a big bazaar and a bustling popular market with shops, alleys and traditional souks such as the Libyan Market. The souks offer various handicrafts, spices, perfumes, All of this is at an affordable price. There are also a number of markets for vegetables, fruit and fresh fish. The Ghazi Mustafa Tower is one of the most famous monuments in the city. It is a beautiful place to rest from the noise of markets and congestion. The Heritage Museum, which is similar to the Qala Museum in its design and objectives, offers rooms offering scenes of the daily life of the people of Djerba, located next to the many hotels of Djerba Houmt Souk where you can stay.
The Qalaa Museum is a large cultural center in Tunisia which is multidisciplinary and activities. It is concerned with the traditional arts, the creations of ancient handicrafts, folk customs and other heritage treasures of all kinds and forms. It is one of the largest art museums in Tunisia, with a total area of 4000 square meters. It consists of a group of pavilions, each of which contains an exhibition showing ancient handicrafts, legends and mosaics. The exhibits are distributed within each pavilion on a wide range of integrated scenes, including a lively, recreational and recreational complex, consisting of an oriental café, a restaurant, a commercial district, and special places for families in the form of a park.
What is most surprising to you once you arrived at that island is the existence of a large garden of crocodiles, including more than 300 crocodiles, including small and large, which is the largest crocodile garden in the Mediterranean and can be seen closely and watching the eggs crocodile and small crocodiles in their own places after being trapped, See what you do not visit in its dependents Amidon.
Ras Ramel 15 km north of the island of Djerba island nicknamed the pink flamingos…adavh to the beauty of the beaches you will see pink flamingos around the head of the sand island ..ambassr to the top of the sand island real fun starting point of Mainaaasmh Houmt market ..alrkub on one Ships with a group of tourists .. ships with a crystal floor that allows you to see the bottom of the sea and the coral .. I will definitely see the dolphins as the island of Djerba is located in the Gulf of Gabes, rich in fish and dolphins
The island of Djerba turned into an open exhibition of “street art” after its walls were decorated with paintings by artists from 30 countries, making the quiet city with dark and dusty streets a destination for visitors and tourists.
Since June, some 100 artists have painted about 250 paintings on the walls of the city as part of a cultural event called “Djerba Hood” by Tunisian artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh, who launched a similar, but smaller, demonstration in the French capital of Paris .
The artists participating in the “Djerba Hood” exhibition also talked about the walls of buildings that were luxurious or worn out in the city of Riyadh. They were decorated with paintings and pictures of real or mythical animals and birds, plants and flowers.
Before the “Djerba Hood” demonstration, the city of Riyadh, far away from tourist hotels on the coasts of Djerba, was just a crossing point towards the “alien” synagogue, the oldest Jewish temple in Africa. The city has been transformed into a Tunisian shrine for tourists and street lovers. The frescoes, money spent by visitors and tourists in the city brought happiness to a number of Riyadh residents.