GOLF

Take advantage of ten Tunisian golf courses to discover contrasting settings: forested mountains, sand dunes, orange groves or Saharan landscape. A close and sunny destination for a great golfing holiday. 


The Tunisian golf courses are mostly concentrated on the eastern coast: in Hammamet, Sousse and Monastir, seven 18-hole courses snake through the hills and olive groves, with unbeatable views across the blue of the Mediterranean.

The other golf courses will surprise you with their unusual settings: vast lagoon, oasis, sand dunes, or rocky spurs lining the coast. 

Designed by great architects, each course is adapted to different levels.

Golf schools will help you improve your technique and comfortable clubhouses will receive you after the game.

See the Golf Course Guide from the Tunisian Federation of Golf.

La Cigale Tabarka Golf 

The landscape of Tabarka is magical: beaches of golden sand framed by rocky spurs, forests of pine and cork oak. Hotel La Cigale’s golf course brings to mind the famous Cypress Point Club, in California: it was developed by the same architect. Unmissable: the seven holes bordering the Mediterranean. You must even cross a sea inlet!

  • Created in 1992 and and completely renovated in 2016 
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,400 metres back tees) 
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Practice area
  • Clubhouse, Pro shop

More information on La Cigale Tabarka Golf.

The Residence Golf Course

Just a few minutes from Tunis and from Carthage, this golf course is integrated into a completely unconventional natural landscape. It offers views across vast lagoons with shimmering reflections, where migratory birds gather in the water. The breeze blowing in from the nearby sea is a challenge for even the most seasoned players. 

  • Created in 2008
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,451 metres)
  • Architect: Robert Trent Jones II
  • Practice area, lessons 
  • Clubhouse, Pro shop

More information on The Residence Golf Course.

Carthage Golf Course

This small golf course (29 ha) full of vintage charm was created in 1927. Redesigned in 1982, it’s an island of greenery a few minutes from the city centre of Tunis. Its beautiful century-old trees and its lounge bar make it a favourite meeting place for the capital’s golfers. 

  • Created in 1927, redesigned in 1983 by Yves Bureau
  • 18 hole course (Par 66, 4,524 metres)
  • Practice area, golf academy
  • Restaurant, lounge bar

More information on Carthage Golf Course.

Citrus Golf Course Hammamet

This large complex includes two 18-hole golf courses and a 9-hole Executive course. The “Olive Trees” course offers large fairways dotted with olive trees and sand traps. The hilly “Forest” course, surrounded by pine forest and designed according to the prevailing winds, will pique the interest of seasoned players. Two stimulating golf courses in a superb Mediterranean setting. 

  • Created in 1992
  • Two 18 hole courses: Les Oliviers (Par 72, 6,106 metres Men, 5,290 metres Women) and La Forêt (Par 72, 6,066 metres Men, 5,235 metres Women)
  • 9 hole Executive course (Par 28, 1,121 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Practice area, lessons 
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Citrus Golf Course

Yasmine Valley Golf Course Hammamet

This finely crafted course will appeal to the most experienced players with its spectacularly shaped bunkers, stepped greens and creative use of water obstacles. Running through the hills, it offers unbeatable views of a beautiful landscape.

  • Created in 1990
  • 18 hole course (Par 71, 5,924 metres back tees)
  • 9 trous Executive (Par 30, 1,296 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream 
  • Extension under construction of a second 18 hole course (architect: Nicklaus Design)
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Yasmine Valley Golf Course

El Kantaoui Golf Course Sousse

Right at the heart of the integrated resort of Port El Kantaoui, El Kantaoui Golf Course’s two 18-hole courses run between the beach and a high hill. The Sea Course is close to the hotels and the beach, while the Panorama Course takes you towards the higher ground. Old wells, century-old trees, lakes and bright fountains add to the course. 

  • Created in 1979
  • Two 18 hole courses: Panorama Course (Par 72, 6,044 metres) and Sea Course (Par 73, 6,273 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Training area 
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on El Kantaoui Golf Course. 

Palm Links Golf Course Monastir

This golf course is set apart by its flat course in the Scottish Links style which extends between olive and palm trees alongside the sea. Unmissable: three holes at the water’s edge. The 14th hole, guarded on one side by the sea and on the other by an enormous bunker, will delight seasoned players. 

  • 18 hole course: Par 72, 6,076 metres
  • Architect: Chris Pitman
  • Golf academy
  • Training area
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Palm Links Golf Course

Flamingo Golf Course Monastir

This recently renovated golf course is decidedly athletic and technical. It is a demanding course which presents many traps: rolling or inclined greens, ravines, lakes, bunkers, cliffs. Overlooking the entire bay, dotted with century-old olive trees, it offers viewing points across a sublime Mediterranean landscape

  • Created in 1988, renovated in 2013
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,402 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Golf academy
  • Training area
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Flamingo Golf Course. 

Djerba Golf Course

In a setting typical of Djerba, the sunny island of the Tunisian South, this golf course runs between palm trees, along the coast and among sand dunes. It is made up of three 9-hole courses allowing for combinations adapted to all levels of play. The sandy roughs and the sea breeze can’t help but add spice to the game.

  • Created in 1994, renovated in 2016
  • Three 18 hole combinations: “La Mer” (Par 73, 6,191 m), “Les Acacias” (Par 71, 5,883 m) or “Les Palmiers” (Par 72, 5,794 m)
  • Architect: Martin Hawtree
  • Lessons
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Djerba Golf Course.

  • Tozeur Oasis Golf
  • The immense palm grove of Tozeur, one of the most beautiful in Tunisia, forms the backdrop to this exceptional golf course on the doorstep of the desert. In a setting of canyons and rock formations, the game demands dexterity and concentration. An unforgettable experience in the majestic Saharan landscape. 
  • Created in 2008 
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • 18 hole course: Par 72, 6,345 metres
  • Club House, Pro shop

    More information on Tozeur Oasis Golf.


The landscape of Tabarka is magical: beaches of golden sand framed by rocky spurs, forests of pine and cork oak. Hotel La Cigale’s golf course brings to mind the famous Cypress Point Club, in California: it was developed by the same architect. Unmissable: the seven holes bordering the Mediterranean. You must even cross a sea inlet!

  • Created in 1992 and and completely renovated in 2016 
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,400 metres back tees) 
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Practice area
  • Clubhouse, Pro shop

More information on La Cigale Tabarka Golf.

Just a few minutes from Tunis and from Carthage, this golf course is integrated into a completely unconventional natural landscape. It offers views across vast lagoons with shimmering reflections, where migratory birds gather in the water. The breeze blowing in from the nearby sea is a challenge for even the most seasoned players. 

  • Created in 2008
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,451 metres)
  • Architect: Robert Trent Jones II
  • Practice area, lessons 
  • Clubhouse, Pro shop

More information on The Residence Golf Course.

This small golf course (29 ha) full of vintage charm was created in 1927. Redesigned in 1982, it’s an island of greenery a few minutes from the city centre of Tunis. Its beautiful century-old trees and its lounge bar make it a favourite meeting place for the capital’s golfers. 

  • Created in 1927, redesigned in 1983 by Yves Bureau
  • 18 hole course (Par 66, 4,524 metres)
  • Practice area, golf academy
  • Restaurant, lounge bar

More information on Carthage Golf Course.

This large complex includes two 18-hole golf courses and a 9-hole Executive course. The “Olive Trees” course offers large fairways dotted with olive trees and sand traps. The hilly “Forest” course, surrounded by pine forest and designed according to the prevailing winds, will pique the interest of seasoned players. Two stimulating golf courses in a superb Mediterranean setting. 

  • Created in 1992
  • Two 18 hole courses: Les Oliviers (Par 72, 6,106 metres Men, 5,290 metres Women) and La Forêt (Par 72, 6,066 metres Men, 5,235 metres Women)
  • 9 hole Executive course (Par 28, 1,121 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Practice area, lessons 
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Citrus Golf Course

This finely crafted course will appeal to the most experienced players with its spectacularly shaped bunkers, stepped greens and creative use of water obstacles. Running through the hills, it offers unbeatable views of a beautiful landscape.

  • Created in 1990
  • 18 hole course (Par 71, 5,924 metres back tees)
  • 9 trous Executive (Par 30, 1,296 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream 
  • Extension under construction of a second 18 hole course (architect: Nicklaus Design)
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Yasmine Valley Golf Course

Right at the heart of the integrated resort of Port El Kantaoui, El Kantaoui Golf Course’s two 18-hole courses run between the beach and a high hill. The Sea Course is close to the hotels and the beach, while the Panorama Course takes you towards the higher ground. Old wells, century-old trees, lakes and bright fountains add to the course. 

  • Created in 1979
  • Two 18 hole courses: Panorama Course (Par 72, 6,044 metres) and Sea Course (Par 73, 6,273 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Training area 
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on El Kantaoui Golf Course. 

This golf course is set apart by its flat course in the Scottish Links style which extends between olive and palm trees alongside the sea. Unmissable: three holes at the water’s edge. The 14th hole, guarded on one side by the sea and on the other by an enormous bunker, will delight seasoned players. 

  • 18 hole course: Par 72, 6,076 metres
  • Architect: Chris Pitman
  • Golf academy
  • Training area
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Palm Links Golf Course

This recently renovated golf course is decidedly athletic and technical. It is a demanding course which presents many traps: rolling or inclined greens, ravines, lakes, bunkers, cliffs. Overlooking the entire bay, dotted with century-old olive trees, it offers viewing points across a sublime Mediterranean landscape

  • Created in 1988, renovated in 2013
  • 18 hole course (Par 72, 6,402 metres)
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • Golf academy
  • Training area
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Flamingo Golf Course. 

In a setting typical of Djerba, the sunny island of the Tunisian South, this golf course runs between palm trees, along the coast and among sand dunes. It is made up of three 9-hole courses allowing for combinations adapted to all levels of play. The sandy roughs and the sea breeze can’t help but add spice to the game.

  • Created in 1994, renovated in 2016
  • Three 18 hole combinations: “La Mer” (Par 73, 6,191 m), “Les Acacias” (Par 71, 5,883 m) or “Les Palmiers” (Par 72, 5,794 m)
  • Architect: Martin Hawtree
  • Lessons
  • Club House, Pro shop

More information on Djerba Golf Course.

  • The immense palm grove of Tozeur, one of the most beautiful in Tunisia, forms the backdrop to this exceptional golf course on the doorstep of the desert. In a setting of canyons and rock formations, the game demands dexterity and concentration. An unforgettable experience in the majestic Saharan landscape. 
  • Created in 2008 
  • Architect: Ronald Fream
  • 18 hole course: Par 72, 6,345 metres
  • Club House, Pro shop

    More information on Tozeur Oasis Golf.

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