The old Arab quarter- Kasbas, depicts a military appearance, but the inside space is quiet, and the houses fill a warren of vertical homes. The old harbour is framed by white houses and centuries-old walls where fishing boats glide silently by.
Take a seat in a café on the terrace and enjoy the view.
Later, you may wish to wander the silent Kasbah ringed with high stone walls. Turn into narrow streets, visit the souk and stop at the seventeenth-century fountain of Turkish origin.
Dominating the city, the Spanish Fort can be accessed to enjoy the views, Then a stroll the colonial old town with its wide avenues, and in the distance the lush green fertile landscape of hills, orchards and golden fields of wheat
From its picturesque old port, beautiful beaches, atmospheric corniche and great restaurants, Bizerte is proud of its beautiful beaches, and broad promenades.
An hour’s drive from Tunis, Bizerte makes the perfect stop to explore the northern coastline, from Raf Raf and Cap Serrat and inland to Ichkeul National Park.