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From Dar Allouche, the major city of Tunis is 50 miles to the west.
Fit in some relaxation time while taking in the views at a nearby beach. Ondine Pond, 50 miles to the east, and Maamoura Beach, 35 miles to the southwest, are two great options.
Make your time here that little bit more interesting with a trip to Kerkouane.
Hanshīr Qaşr Ghallāb and Kelibia are two great places in the surrounding area that you might want to add to your itinerary.
Travel 45 miles southwest from Dar Allouche to arrive in Hammamet. There's so much to see and do there, such as Medina, Yasmine Golf Course and Pupput. Don't hit the road until you've also gone to Paintball Tunisie and Zizou Paintball Club Hammamet.
The area has some exciting activities available if you'd like to get outside and make the most of Mother Nature's playground. Try your hand at horse riding or four-wheel driving.
Feeling brave? Go parasailing during your time in Tunisia and get an awe-inspiring view of its undulating landscapes.
If the sun shines bright, put on the sunscreen and try some swimming or scuba diving, both popular water activities in this region.
Take in some local culture by spending a few hours at some of the region's throught-provoking history museums.
Do you feel like you need a day out in the open air? Organize an excursion to one of the region's open-air markets.
Visiting some of the region's historic sites will give you a deeper understanding of its past. Make sure you don't miss its ruins, old towns and archeological sites.
Are you looking for a place of peace and reflection? Don't miss out on the region's mosques.
Dining out is about more than just filling your stomach. It's a way of understanding a region's personality.
Tomatoes and seafood are a pair of well-known ingredients that you'll have many opportunities to try.
Eat like the locals by tasting mesfouf (couscous) and tabil (spice mixture).
And when you are ready for dessert, you can't say no to some scrumptious asida (sweet gruel pudding).
If you find yourself on the lookout for an alcohol-free beverage, a nice option is tea.
Those who love a stiff drink should most certainly order some cedratine (lemon liqueur), a popular spirit.
If a nice glass of wine is something you might enjoy, ask for the drinks list and look for Coteaux d’Utique or Coteaux de Carthage. These quality drops come direct from the region's vineyards.
If you intend on arriving and departing by air, you'll want to know that the handiest airport for you is 50 miles to the west.