Tunisia, it is a country in North Africa. The capital of Tunisia is Tunis.
Tunisia is a small republic on the Mediterranean shore of North Africa among the Atlantic and the Nile valley. It faces east to Gabbs Bay, borders with Algeria in the west and Libya in the south. Geographically, Tunisia can be divided into three main regions: the north, the "affected state" and the south.
The political map shows the major cities, places, roads, capital and neighboring countries.
Brag with sights on the glittering beaches and edges of the resort. With Tunisia's sun, sandy beaches, sea and incomparable desert heat, they line the Mediterranean Sea to the north and south of the city and make it one of the most popular tourist destinations for vacation packages. Hammameta is on the southern bend of Cap Bon and radiates the waves and the salty breeze of the Mediterranean. Sfax is one of the best tourist attractions in Tunisia. Carthage's name is reminiscent of romantic Greek seafaring stories, heroes like Aeneas and Dido, as well as horror stories of the Alps and the Mediterranean war. All of this makes it easy for us to find out why this huge relic on the outskirts of Tunisia is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tunisia. The Cap Bon peninsula has the most beautiful beaches in Tunisia. It is located at the northeastern end of the country. It is characterized by sunny beaches, fragrant jasmine plants, a clear, deep blue ocean, fragrant eucalyptus and hot springs. One of the living historical Christian landmarks is the Acropolium Church, one of the oldest and largest churches in North Africa.