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Take to the sea and sail away on your honeymoon in a catamaran

Take to the sea and sail away on your honeymoon in a catamaran


The Mediterranean just for the two of us



The Mediterranean as your landscape, the delight of swimming in it alone, the pleasures of contemplating the shorelines far from the bustle of its towns, the joy of diving into its depths and observing its multi-coloured dwellings, romance and the feeling of being alone on board on the voyage of a lifetime.


Private transfer upon arrival at the airport and stay in Gammarth at the hotel “The Residence”.



Board your private catamaran in the Gammarth marina and set sail for the island of Zembra, a national park classed as a world biosphere reserve off the Cap Bon peninsula. On the programme for the day: beach, swimming, hiking, fishing and scuba diving. At the end of the day, visit El Haouaria.



Take to the open sea for the two Kuriat islands off the town of Monastir. Far away from the tourist beaches, you can laze on these deserted islands. In the evening, head for the Fatimid town of Mahdia. Visit its medina, its marine cemetery and its Punic port, then overnight at anchor in the port.



A day of relaxation on one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, at Mahdia. The sea is turquoise, the sand fine, and the sun awaits you. At the end of the day, set sail for Sousse. The Medina of Sousse is a UNESCO World Heritage site.



Set sail for Hammamet and arrive at one of the most beautiful hotels in Africa, “La Badira”.

Visit the town of Hammamet, which was made famous in the 1930s by the international painters, writers and artists that stayed there.

Candlelit dinner in the hotel next to the pool.



Depart for the town of Kélibia on the south coast of Cap Bon. Visit the town and its fort and explore the region.



Depart for Pine Creek, also known as Ras Fartas or Robinson Creek.

A day of swimming in this creek prepared just for you: sea kayaking, snorkelling, lunch of grilled fresh fish.

In the evening, arrive at the port of Sidi Bou Saïd.

Dinner with a view of the Mediterranean horizon in the gastronomic restaurant (2 Michelin stars) at “La Villa Bleue”, whose menu draws its inspiration from the cuisine of French chef Jean-François Issautier.

Overnight at “La Villa Bleue”.



Private transfer to the airport and return flight.


Budget :
  • 8 days/7 nights – flights not included.
  • Transfer airport/hotel by private Land Rover.
  • Daily excursion by catamaran.
  • Overnight stays with bed and breakfast at “The Residence” in Gammarth-Tunis, “La Badira” in Hammamet and “La Villa Bleue” in Sidi Bou Saïd.
  • Romantic candlelit dinner at “La Badira” in Hammamet.
  • Dinner with a stunning view in the gastronomic restaurant at “La Villa Bleue” in Sidi Bou Saïd.


  • Exploring the Tunisian islands aboard your private catamaran; the splendour of your accommodation at “The Residence” in Gammarth-Tunis, “La Badira” in Hammamet and “La Villa Bleue” in Sidi Bou Saïd
  • Relaxing in the Thémaé Paris Spa centre and the Thermes Marins de Carthage
  • The long, sandy beaches at Hammamet
  • The unspoilt creeks to be enjoyed as a couple.

Lunch meeting with a Tunisian personality

As the initiator of the “Arab spring”, Tunisia was the impetus for the revolutions in the region. The country has always differentiated itself through its openness and its aspiration for democracy. In this exceptional politico-historical context, we can organise for you a lunch or dinner with Tunisians who are at the heart of the current changes: artists, intellectuals, campaigners, business leaders or mere employees who also happen to be players in civil society. You will have an amazing opportunity to exchange views with them and gain a better understanding of the challenges facing Tunisian society, away from the clichés and closer to the facts. This meeting will also allow you to find out more about the traditions, the cuisine and the local culture.


Tunisian cookery lesson

Tunisian cuisine contains the blend of peoples that constitute its history: from Berber semolina to Jewish tagines, Andalusian pastries delicately flavoured with flower water and subtly spiced Spanish stews. We invite you to explore this cuisine and create an entire menu before tasting it in a charming residence in the heart of the Medina of Nabeul.


SAHEL, from Sousse to Monastir, the jewels of the Sahel

Explore the jewel that is Sahel, whose history dates back three thousand years and which boasts a large number of buildings and archaeological remains. The morning begins with a visit to the archaeological museum of Sousse and its magnificent Roman mosaics in the “floral style” then continues with a stroll around the charming, winding Medina of Sousse.

A few kilometres away is Monastir, a fortress town which benefited greatly from the good deeds of its supreme fighter, the former president Habib Bourguiba, who is today at rest in his mausoleum under a golden dome.  Nearby is the ribat of Monastir, the first link in the chain of maritime fortresses dotted along the coasts of the Maghreb. This was the only ribat to admit women, where a wing was reserved for them. The archaic beauty and the “biblical” aspect of the ribat has meant that it has been chosen as the set for more than one film.