Tunisia is establishing itself more than ever as an essential thalasso destination. New treatments, renovated hotels and centres to discover.
Tunisia is more than ever a safe bet when it comes to thalassotherapy, thanks to its recognised expertise, its centres, each more beautiful than the last, and its radiant sunshine, even in winter.
Fancy immersing yourself in local traditions and scents? Let yourself be pampered by Berber or Oriental massages, green clay wraps, not forgetting the benefits of the hammam!
Looking for more technical treatments, targeting specific problems? Many centres have physiotherapists and top-of-the-range equipment at your disposal.
Let yourself be detoxified by seaweed, or cradled in a seawater hydromassage bath. All the centres offer basic thalassotherapy treatments and scrupulously apply the classic procedures.
Massages, meanwhile, are an absolute highlight of the destination. From the four corners of the globe, based on Chinese energy principles or Indian ayurveda, they will take you on a journey through a world of relaxation and well-being: from Japan to Bali via Thailand!
The Odyssée Resort is closing for the winter for a major renovation... be the first to discover its new look!
The Athénée Thalasso welcomes you to Djerba in a renovated hotel: the rooms of the Radisson Blu Palace have adopted a refined Scandinavian-inspired design which is wonderfully in tune with the magical charm of the island of dreams...
The centre offers an impressive range of massages and energy treatments. For example, Tui Na Detox: this great traditional Chinese massage combines a multitude of manual techniques ranging from reflexology to drainage.
Also worth discovering: the treatment of musculoskeletal problems using tailor-made myotherapy.
Another great value in Tunisia! The indoor-outdoor pool alone is worth the trip. To enjoy the various jets - mushroom, gooseneck... - and above all, to swim against the current and bask in the jacuzzi facing the sun, the beach and the turquoise sea.
The Bio Azur centre has also been renovated, with a brighter, more modern look. As has the luxurious Hôtel Royal Azur, a veritable garden hotel with timeless charm.