Djerba Island tour - Discover Djerba in a half day tour from your hotel
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Djerba half day island tour

Description of the Djerba Island tour

The Djerba half-day Island Tour excursion is an introduction to discovering the island of Djerba, its surroundings and its most beautiful sites to visit! Between the Roman road, Guellela the pottery village, the old synagogue, Djerba Hood and Houmt Souk the capital of the island, you will learn a lot about the local life and the traditions of the inhabitants of the island.

About Djerba island tour

  • Duration : Half a day
  • Departure time : 8h30 am
  • Support : Island of Djerba and Zarzis (our team picks you up wherever you are)
  • Confirmation : immediate 
  • Guide : Arabic – French – English – German – Italian
  • Type of transport : Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Excursion approved by the Tunisian Tourist Office
  • Cancellation: free up to 48 hours before the date of the excursion

Highlights :

  • Stop at the Roman road and learn more about the old caravan route
  • Visit Guellela the pottery village and watch a demonstration in a local workshop.
  • Visit the Guellela Traditional Heritage Museum
  • Explore the oldest Jewish synagogue in northern Africa.
  • Take yourself in the artistic alleys of Djerba Hood.
  • Visit Houmt Souk the capital of the island and take the time for your shopping.

Full description :

At 8:30 am, our team will pick you up where you are in Djerba or Zarzis to accompany you to discover the island in half a day.

The Djerba island tour will start with a stop at the Roman road: the bridge that connects the island to the mainland! Then, you will head to Guellela, the quintessential pottery village where you will meet in a local workshop to attend a demonstration.

Take the time to visit the Guellela Traditional Heritage Museum and learn more about the customs of Djerba: weddings, economics, costumes and much more before heading to Ghriba! It is the oldest Jewish synagogue in North Africa.

Continue to Djerba Hood and take the time to stroll through its alleys and admire the work left on the walls by more than 100 artists.

The end of the discovery of the island will be in Houmt Souk, the capital and beating heart of Djerba. With your guide, visit the famous caravanserais, discover the market and take the time for your shopping before returning to your hotel.

Good to know :

  • It is best to wear sneakers for walking.
  • At the Guellela museum there are photo charges.
  • In pottery shops or at the market there are rarely displayed prices, it is necessary to negotiate with purchases.