Destination Touristic Services

Tunisia is North Africa wrapped into one bite-sized package with vast Sahara dunes, mammoth ancient ruins and exotic cities that are home to a sprawling tangle of souks. Its name is derived from that of the capital, Tunis, located in the north of the country.

dts Tunisia started operation in November 2013 as a new DMC in the destination. In a short period of time, it evolved as one of the leaders of the Tunisian tourism industry. With its 4 branches (Tunis, Hammamet, Sousse and Djerba), dts Tunisia is able to provide the best service in the different regions, cities and resorts.

In 2017, dts Tunisia launched ‘Travel Square’, a commercial label created to promote local tourism and to satisfy the high demand in tourism: hotel bookings, outgoing tourism, ticketing services, seminars and various excursions.

Often seen as simply a beach destination, Tunisia has an abundance of surprises for those who venture away from the sandy shores.  Tunisia was Rome’s breadbasket, and the cultural heritage the Romans left behind is more than enough reason to visit. The history of the Arab Empires has also bestowed the country with some of the region’s most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture.

Once you have craned your neck at Kairouan’s Minarets and played Gladiator at El Djem, it’s time to head into the Sahara to experience the raw, empty beauty of the desert. The sun-soaked beaches of the Mediterranean coastline, fringed by palms and lapped by gentle waves, will still be waiting for you when you get back.

Foued Lejmi
Office Tunis
+216 71 657 100
Rue du Lac Biwa, Immeuble FREJ/1er etage B3, Les Berges du Lac
1053 Tunis
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Djerba is, at 514 square kilometres, the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabes, off the coast of Tunisia. It has a population of 158,941, and has an average daily temperature of 20 °C throughout the year. It is a particularly attractive destination in summer, when temperatures can climb to 30 °C.

If you’re looking for the picture-perfect beach escape, Djerba is your holiday destination of choice. The main island town of Houmt Souk has an old town district that is a maze of whitewashed houses. It is an attraction in itself, with plenty of shopping opportunities for those who want to get off the beach. But it is those sandy strips of shoreline out of town that are the island’s most popular highlight. Pristine and fringed by date palms, the beaches are relaxing, get-away-from-it-all settings where summer daydreams are made.
You can spend your afternoon shopping in the boutiques of souvenirs downtown, in the ancient neighbourhood of Houmt Souk, or visiting the museums and the historical monuments that have witnessed the passage of various civilizations. Finally you might want to enjoy a fragrant mint tea in one of the popular cafes.

Sami Ben Azaza
Office Djerba
+216 93 10 1170
Zone Touristique Sidi Mahrez (en face hôtel les Alizés)
4179 Djerba
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Hammamet has a wonderfully quaint location, snugly wrapped around a cove on the Cap Bon Peninsula. This is Tunisia’s original tourism resort.

With its sandy beaches and pretty, well-preserved Medina (historic centre), Hammamet provides a gentle introduction to the culture and traditions of North Africa. Sightseeing here usually comes second to general lazing about in the sun, but if you find yourself itching to get off the beach, the town is perfectly located as a base to explore the rest of Cap Bon’s tourist attractions.
Starting from Hammamet, you can visit the city of Nabeul known for its traditional pottery, you can also visit the souks of the Medina in Tunis and the well-known village of Sidi Bou Said and the famous Bardo Museum.

Hatem Mahfoudh
Office Hammamet
+216 72 227 600
Avenue Mohamed V, Imeuble Aicha Manarat El Hammamet
8050 Hammamet
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Located 140 kilometres south of the capital Tunis, the city has 271,428 inhabitants (2014). Sousse is in the central-east of the country, on the Gulf of Hammamet, which is part of the Mediterranean Sea.

Overlooked by the mighty Ribat and Kasbah, Sousse’s Medina just begs to be explored. This lovely historic centre is a shopping paradise, with a tempting selection of ceramics, leatherwork and metalwork on display. Away from the souk streets, the quiet and rambling back alleys are a charming place to immerse yourself in local life away from the bustle.
You can also make a visit to the Medina of Sousse, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and to the complex of Port El Kantaoui, where you can find a golf course, white and green Tunisian style village architecture and a harbour with luxury yachts.

Foued Lejmi
Office Sousse
+216 73 324 243
Av. 14 Janvier, Immeuble Rossignole, Hammam Sousse
4011 Sousse
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Tunis is both the capital and the largest city of Tunisia. The greater metropolitan area of Tunis, often referred to as Grand Tunis, houses some 2,700,000 inhabitants.

Situated on a large Mediterranean Sea gulf, the city extends along the coastal plain and the hills that surround it.
From the old town (Medina) to the ruins of ancient Carthage, Tunis extends to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and offers tourists the bewitching charm of its seaside suburbs (Sidi Bou Said and Gammarth), while the Bardo Museum contains priceless treasures, including the largest collection of mosaics in the world.
The most important city in Tunisia offers visitors the quiet charm of its seaside suburbs. From la Goulette to Gammarth, Sidi Bou Said and La Marsa was the ancient coastline of majestic Carthage, which is a succession of beaches, sometimes sandy, sometimes rocky. Restaurants, cafes, nightclubs and beautiful areas of the northern suburbs make this coast the most appreciated by Tunisians and tourists alike.

Foued Lejmi
Office Tunis
+216 71 657 100
Rue du Lac Biwa, Immeuble FREJ/1er etage B3, Les Berges du Lac
1053 Tunis
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