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Considered the pearl of the Sahel, Sousse is a unique mixture of past and present. This Tunisian town has very special historical legacy. The mix of cultures endows the city with a very special gastronomic and cultural legacy. Staying in hotels such as the Occidental Sousse Marhaba, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the grand mosque, the walled medina quarter, coastal landscapes and the daily hustle and bustle of its souqs and medinas.
If you come to Tunisia ready to discover the country’s food you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the wide range of restaurants this destination offers. Couscous, lamb, baklava, seafood and fish are the result of centuries of Berber history fused with Arabic, Ottoman, Jewish and European influences. A delicious and spicy cuisine welcomes travellers arriving in Sousse.