About Plage Sidi Maharès

For a perfect, idealistic getaway, full of sun, sand, froth, and frolic visit  Plage Sidi Maharès. The island of Djerba surely checks all the right boxes with  Houmt Souk retaining its position as the focal point of a traveler's visit. Have an eyeful as you take in the old world charm of the whitewashed houses with its distinctive blue rooftops, and the stately elegance of the trimmed date palms conveying the perfect tropical vibe and feel. Get high on the sun-kissed sandy shores, ambling lazily even as you let yourselves be enveloped by the warmth of the sun, the salty foam of the waves, and the gusty winds billowing from the shores.

For the uninitiated check out the wares at the colorful and sprightly souks. Do invest in the amazingly fine and creative pieces of ceramic ware, just the right souvenirs to take home with you. Get to exercise albeit sweetly your vocal cords for a few haggling bouts just off the shore. Many people come here simply for the beaches, but the town itself has a calling because of its magnetic old-fashioned air despite the many tourist resorts. This is a  wonderful place to lap up some provincial spirit and live the sunny Tunisian culture where dreams come to fruition.

 

Must See

  • The vastness and peaceful expanse of the Blue Ocean
  • Do enjoy loads of souk strolling and shopping for ceramics
  • Enjoy long leisurely strolls along the water's edge exploring the rocky bits for crabbing
  • Be witness to the hard-at-work fisherfolk even as they move with their nets, searching for winkles, cockles, mussels, and crabs at the rocky pools
  • Check out the freshwater spring on the seafront
  • Walking along the sandy shores for a windy 13 km leads to Ras Tourgueness, where one can see a quaint old-fashioned lighthouse

How to reach

The distance from Houmt Souk to Plage Sidi Maharès is 17 km

Take a taxi from Houmt Souk to Plage Sidi Maharès which is located about 9 km east.The fare will range from 7.84 to 9.71 Tunisian Dinars

Tips

  • Wear a hat and sunscreen while visiting the beach
  • Wear appropriate shoes while waddling in the waves
  • Ensure you smooth on loads of sunscreen lotion 
  • This is a perfect destination which is very affordable especially for these from West Europe
  • A good reason to catch some sun, and browse through souks and colorful ceramic ware
  • As it is the oldest resort it also happens to be the most developed with lots of eat-outs to choose from
  • One can take on rent, deck chairs, umbrellas, and loungers

Visit Time

Sunday:         Open 24 hours

Monday:        Open 24 hours

Tuesday:       Open 24 hours

Wednesday:  Open 24 hours

Thursday:      Open 24 hours

Friday:           Open 24 hours

Saturday:       Open 24 hours

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Entrance Fee

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Time you can spend

2 to 3 hours

 

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Weather

Few Clouds 18°C

 

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