What travelers say
Today Hammamet, with a population of about 50,000 is a charming, busy fishing harbour and a popular tourist resort. The city is known for jasmine.
It is the cultural centre of the area and mixes a rich historical past with his traditions (berber tradition) a lively present.
Due to the oriental aspects, like sea and Kasbah (traditional fortress and cities with mosque, “hammam”, “suq”and ovens), Hammamet is a major tourist in the province of centre and north of Tunisia.
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