Houmt souk

If you intend to leave soon for the Tunisian island of Djerba, you will be amazed by the historical places and the charms of its capital, Houmt Souk. You especially admire the religious monuments such as the Mosque el Bessi, Zaouia of Sidi Brahim, or the Walls of Borj El Kebir without forgetting the markets especially those crafts that are the pride of the inhabitants. You will also have the opportunity to taste the cuisine of the region at your walks. Things to see and do in Houmt Souk: the mosques and souks are the peculiarity of this city. You will discover through your walks the magical atmosphere of the city: -The cave of Ali Baba is a few steps from the souks, and offers visitors a wide range of disparate and antiques. It takes a while to be able to find a gift for relatives or a memory, if that is the case please have insurance haggling, it works every time. - The https://www.cityzeum.com/fort-ghazi-moustapha-12820 Ghazi Mustapha Fort: the fort was built in the 15th century under the order of Sultan Abu Fares El Hafsi. You could access once with a drawbridge. In front of the fort, you will find large tanks for water supply residents because the water is not potable. - https://www.cityzeum.com/musee-dart-et-de-traditions-populaires-12820 Museum Sidi Zitouni: its construction was completed in the late 18th century by the Kingpin Hamida Ben Ayed. It was built in honor of Sheikh Ahmed Ben Boubaker Zitouni who had played an important role in the legal field. - The Mosque El Bessi: it is located south of the city of Houmt Souk. It is one of the most important mosques built in the late 12th century. It was built by three brothers: Hadj Mohamed, Hajj and Hajj Salem Othmani,