Hammamet enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry with temperatures of 26-30C. Winters are cool with the temperature around 10-13. Spring (March-May) is the best time to visit.
Once a small fishing village, Hammamet has evolved into a popular sea-side resort. Known as the ‘garden resort’, its economy is backed by tourism and agriculture, and its olive, orange and lemon groves.
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