During your stay, take the time to explore the Cap Bon peninsula, at the northeast tip of Tunisia. Renowned for its unique site of Kerkouane, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its natural landscapes, this "beautiful promontory" planted with vines, orange trees, roses and jasmine is located between the Gulf of Tunis and the Gulf of Hammamet. On the way, you will make a detour through Nabeul, the Tunisian capital of pottery. Our hotel near the Medina of Hammamet is also the starting point for pleasant strolls through the picturesque alleys and the souk of the old town. Another must-see in the city, the Villa Sebastian, or Dar Sebastien, will transport you to the heart of the 1930s to 1960s in the footsteps of Jean Cocteau, André Gide, Elsa Schiaparelli, Giacometti and Paul Klee, through a large wooded area including residences and gardens on the seafront.