Djerba Island Tour: A breathtaking haven in Tunisia

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Djerba or Zarzis
Djerba or Zarzis
Min Age : 6
Max People : 12

Full day trip to discover the authentic onutback of the island Djerba away from mass tourism and modern hotels.

Discover the tolerance of Djerba visiting a mosque, a synagogue and a church.

Explore the ancestral techniques of pottery in Guellala and stroll around the traditional Souks.

Discover the majestic Spanish fortress and admire breath-taking landscapes at Sidi Jmour.

Live a mind-boggling experience seeing auctions at the fish market in Houmt-Souk and enjoy a delicious seafood lunch of fresh fish of the day.

Details of Djerba Island Tour

Departure & Return Location

Your selected hotel in Djerba or Zarzis

Departure Time

  • From Djerba at 08:00 am
  • From zarzis at 07:30 am 

Price Includes

  • Transport in air conditioned vehicle
  • Professional guide
  • Visits mentioned in program

Price Excludes

  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Visits not mentioned in the program
  • Lunch
  • Complete program to discover all Djerba
  • Typical seafood lunch
  • Program adapted to small groups or families with Children

Itinerary of Djerba Island Tour


  • Pick up from your selected hotel or location and departure to discover the mysterious historical island Djerba, reputed to be the island of the Lotus-eaters in Homer’s Odyssey and a seductive place where visitors find it impossible to leave.
  • Drive to Midoun and visit Fadhloun’s Mosque, a typical mosque with a special religious architectural style that evokes the Ibadites, the most widespread religious sect on Djerba island.
  • Drive to Mahboubine and visit a traditional Menzel, the typical habitat of local insulars, it stands in a fenced garden planted with olive and palm trees with a traditional architectural style.
  • The inhabitants of each Menzel live independently and are self-sufficient thanks to their agricultural and craft activities.
  • Drive to Meninx, an archaeological site located on the southeast coast of the island of Djerba.
  • It was originally a trading post founded by the Phoenicians in the 1st millennium BC.
  • The site reached its apex during Roman times when it became the chief town of the island. The ruins include an amphitheater, a basilica, and a forum.
  • Drive to Telebt, not far from Cedouikech, in the south Djerba island, where we will visit one of the most preserved underground ibadite mosques dating from the fourteenth century.
  • It is a place of worship built in sober and stripped architecture. We can reach it by a staircase to the room of prayer while the skylights offer minimalist lighting.
  • Drive to Guellela, Djerba’s main pottery center, where clay is extracted from underground quarries and edited into magnificent storage jars and amphoras in a true form of art.
  • Visit a traditional pottery workshop to discover this ancient and amazing craft activity.
  • Explore the museum of local arts and popular traditions of Guellela.


  • Drive to Erriadh, and visit the ancient Synagogue, the most prominent reminder of the island’s Jewish community, who have lived on the island since 586BC, and is still an important religious monument of pilgrimage for Jews from all over the world. (During the religious feast of the Jewish community, the visit to the synagogue will not be possible).
  • Wander tour in Erriadh village to discover Djerbahood, a street art museum created by many international artists where hundreds of murals were painted.
  • We continue to Houmt Souk, the capital of the island, and visit the astonishing fish market where auction sales take place daily.
  • If you are a fish lover, you can buy some fresh fish and take them to a small restaurant close by, where the fish will be served to you with the trimmings of your wish. A real delight! (lunch is not included).
  • After lunch, visit some Fundouks (old Caravan Serail) with their amazing architecture.
  • Panoramic visit of the famous San Joseph Catholic Church built in 1848 and to visit the traditional Souks, a quaint maze of alleyways full of traditional goods of local craft and ideal place for strolling around.
  • Visit the Spanish fortress called even Borj El Kebir or Borj Ghazi Mustapha, a real testimonial of the bloody conflicts and battles that took place between Ottomans and the Spaniards on Djerba Island.
  • After the battle, the Ottomans’ winners cut the heads of the losing soldiers and built a tower with their skulls.
  • Drive to Djerba’s wild coast at Sidi Jmour, a little port where traditional fishermen come back home after fishing and catching octopus, it’s an amazing place to admire stunning landscapes at the end of the day.
  • Drive back to your selected hotel or location, and drop off.
  • End of our services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it a private or a group tour?

All our tours are private

At what time shoul we come back to the hotel?

Normally the tour will finish at the end of the evening between 05:00 pm and 06:00 pm

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Nicole et François

Couple Traveller

Excursion très intéressante pour découvrir en profondeur l’île de Djerba. Nous avons bien aimé la côte sauvage de Djerba et le déjeuner riche au marché aux poissons.

January 3, 2020