Get swept off your feet at the Iberostar Mehari Djerba. By the varied cuisine of its restaurants, by its location on the sea front, and by its Tunisian style. Most of all, by the island it rests on: the island of Djerba, otherwise known as the island of the lotus-eaters. It’s a beautiful and mythical island that managed to enchant Odysseus after he escaped the sirens’ song. Once you lay eyes upon it, you too will have trouble leaving.
And enjoy golf course of Djerba Golf Club, designed by the British golf course architect Martin Hawtree and combines a championship 18-hole course and a 9 hole links.