The large palm groves welcome diners in a forest atmosphere or a luxurious garden.
Tozeur, the oasis city
Luxurious kaidal tents are intended to host events such as a congress or a gala dinner in an original setting, typically Saharan (hotels Golden Yasmin Ras El Ain, Sofitel Palm Beach Tozeur…). In a more classical mood, a rustic dinner under a Berber tent may be included in an excursion program.
Saharan-style houses using local materials – bricks of clay and sand, palm wood doors… – offer guests an authentic setting.
The village of “Mos Espa” is still standing in a Saharan landscape with the odd name of Ong Jemel, “the camel neck” (due to the shape of a rocky block carved by erosion). This can be the site of dinners and open air movies.
In the heart of an arid landscape of mountains, plateaux and craggy peaks, the “Ksour” look like great rock coloured beehives lost in the middle of nowhere. Some of them have been restored and can be hired privately (Ksar Ouled Soltane…) The Ksar Ouled Debbab has been set up to host various types of events (vast courtyard, restaurant, rooms…).
Isolated in the middle of the sand dunes, SudXtrême’s Camp Mars is a luxurious style Saharan camp.
A cocktail in the dunes at sunset, a night in a “luxury” bivouac in the middle of the desert… the exotic and comfort go together well in the Great Tunisian South.
A nomad-themed encampment in the middle of the desert: kaidal tent for seminars, restaurant, pool, accommodation (Berber tents), catering, possible entertainment. More information.
Chott el-Jerid is a spectacular, radiant choice for magical events. Crossed by an asphalted road, this ancient interior sea extends out of sight. Its glistening surface conjures up improbable mirages.
In Djerba: congress hall of the Pasino (1,200 persons in the theatre configuration and 750 persons for a banquet); congress hall of the Radisson Blu Palace (300 persons). In Zarzis: Odyssée Resort (600 persons) and Zita Beach Resort (1,300 persons).
The fondouks or caravanserais once provided lodging for the foreign merchants. Consisting of a vast courtyard surrounded by white-washed galleries and rooms, some of them can host events in a typically Djerbian setting.
This charming hotel, consisting of several old houses joined together in the heart of Djerba, is adapted to host events.
Luxurious kaidal tents are intended to host events such as a congress or a gala dinner in an original setting, typically Saharan.
The “Djerba Explore” leisure centre consists of a vast museum, a crocodile farm and a reconstruction of a typical rural estate of Djerba (house, well, oil mill…). Its hosts various events such as gala evenings, shows, concerts, seminars (meeting rooms, audio-video equipment)…
Important events can be organized in some historical sites of the medinas. In Sousse, a caravanserai boasts a splendid Arabo-Moslem decor for exceptional events.
Villages isolated in fields, steppes or perched on rocky peaks for discovery of handicrafts, donkey ride, meal under a tent…
The El Mouradi Congress Center in Port El Kantaoui includes a plenary hall accommodating 1,200 people and seven subcommittee rooms. The Nour Palace in Mahdia boasts a 1,100-seat congress hall and 8 convention rooms.
A hotel situated within the walls of a historic building, the ancient kasbah (citadel), in Kairouan’s superb medina. Meeting-room facilities, Arab-Andalusi musical evenings. More information.
This imposing fortress dating from the 15th-17th centuries features a vast interior courtyard and terraces over-hanging the beach and the medina.
The Great Congress Palace of the Azur complex has a plenary hall of 700 seats (among which a 100 seat mezzanine), 5 commission rooms, a business centre and a reception hall which can accommodate 800 persons as well as an exhibition area and a shopping centre.
“Medina Mediterranea” in Yasmine Hammamet is a theme park in the form of a giant medina with its monuments, streets and souks. It boasts a prestigious and unusual setting for meetings and events. The Congress centre provides a multipurpose room (2,000 seats), two amphitheatres (350 and 500 seats), an exhibition area (5,000 sq.m.), subcommittee rooms and a business centre.
An impressive formation of rocks rising up out of the water sculpted by erosion. At night the rocks are illuminated.
An ancient Roman cistern, transformed at some point into a church which now houses a small archaeological museum. In summer it also serves as a venue for the music festivals.
For a reception in refined settings, several beautiful old houses with patios have been set up to host this type of events while giving a good idea of Tunisian culture.
Diwan Dar El-Jeld, situated in Tunis’s medina, is an old house adapted to host cocktails, events and banquets in a typically intimate Tunis-style atmosphere. A private room is available specially for banquets; menus are prepared by the gastronomic restaurant Dar El-Jeld.
In the heart of the souks of Tunis medina, this perfectly restored caravanserai is bigger than a traditional house. A restaurant, tea salon and crafts shop at the same time, it can be hired privately at night (dinner-cocktails, gala dinners etc.). More information.
Eight minutes away from Tunis, Le Kram Fairground and Business Center spreads over a total covered area of 40,000 m2 divided into three halls measuring from 4,000 to 10,000 m2. It provides a 5,000-m2 multipurpose room which can be arranged in several meeting rooms (700 to 3,000 seats).
On Mohamed V Avenue at the heart of Tunis, it can accommodate 1,200 persons.
A prestigious location in the largest museum in Tunisia. Several spaces are available and a conference room with 120 seats. More information.
Two plenary halls (1,500 and 600 seats) and 6 subcommittee rooms (20 to 50 persons ).
In the neighbourhood of the Berges du Lac, one plenary hall (600 seats) and 4 breakout rooms (100 and 70 persons).
Dar El-Annabi is a beautiful house in the village of Sidi Bou Saïd, close to Tunis, decorated in the style of a family home for visits and hosting original receptions.
Dar Zarrouk: In the heart of the village of Sidi Bou Saïd, the restaurant, situated in an old house, opposite the charming hotel Dar Saïd, is adapted to host events and meetings. It has a lush patio garden for relaxing cocktails, a simple white room pannelled in exotic wood and a large terrace with a heavenly view over the Gulf of Tunis. More information.
The former Saint-Louis cathedral is an imposing edifice which overlooks all Carthage. Built in 1894 in a Byzantino-Moorish style and no longer a place of worship, it has been reconverted into a cultural center ; plastic arts exhibits and a classical music festival, the “Musical October” are held there. Inside, high columns, arches and painted wood ceilings contrast against pale blue walls : a prestigious and unusual decor straddling cultures and eras. To welcome events such as launching new products, gala evenings, exhibitions… Area: 1,800 m2 - Capacity: 600 seats (banquet or show). More information.