Cheap all-inclusive Tunisia holidays for summer 2019 – from Hammamet to Port el Kantaoui

BRIT holidaymakers flocked back to the North African country of Tunisia last year and it's one of the hottest holiday destinations for summer 2019.

Located between the Med and Sahara Desert, you'll get plenty of sun, sand and sea – and all just a three-hour flight from the UK.

Tunisia has a year-round warm, mild climate and you can expect plenty of sunshine from May to October, often peaking at 35C during the summer.

Planning your 2019 beach break? Read on for our round-up of the best Tunisia resorts and the cheapest all-inclusive holiday deals for your trip.

Hammamet and Yasmine Hammamet

With a 13th-century old town, Medina and castle, Old Hammamet has a traditional feel with bustling souks and lush botanical gardens – while neighbouring Yasmine Hammamet is more modern and European with attractive bar and restaurant-lined boulevards.

Both areas boast beautiful white sandy beaches and plenty of places to stay for couples and families alike – plus the 'Carthageland Hammamet' theme park to keep the kids busy.

Book an all-inclusive one-week Hammamet beach break this summer with Love Holidays from £125pp – including flights and hotel.

Book a Yasmine Hammamet escape with Thomas Cook from £308pp for seven nights all-inclusive this June.

Sousse and Port el Kantaoui

The 'Pearl of the Sahel', Sousse boasts quality beaches, a 9th-century Great Mosque and a UNESCO-listed Medina.

Neighbouring Port El Kantaoui offers up entertainment, nightlife and activities such as water sports and golf.

Stay at either resort to get the best of both worlds, with miles of white sandy, beaches stretching in-between the two towns.

Book an all-inclusive one-week holiday in Sousse from £137pp with Love Holidays and in Port el Kantaoui from £300pp with Travel Supermarket for June 2019.


Found on Tunisia's north-eastern coast, Monastir has great beaches and tons of water sports to try – from kayaking to scuba diving.

Plus, the town has an attractive marina and old fishing port, brimming with fresh seafood for you to sample at one of the many waterside restaurants.

There's a great choice of hotels here for an all-inclusive stay – book a seven-night break from £144pp with Love Holidays or a three-night break from £360pp with Lastminute (based on travel in July 2019).

Our tips for finding top holiday offers

There are plenty of choices to make with breaks away – even after you've decided on a destination. Here's how you can ensure you're getting a good deal

BOOK LAST MINUTE If you're able to look last minute you'll often find good deals, as companies look to encourage bookings and fulfill availability.

SPECIAL OFFERS Great offers depend on travel companies' willingness to cut prices, but some companies maintain a special offers section – like Jet2Holidays. Deal sites like Travelzoo are also worth checking.

BE FLEXIBLE Flexibility of travel dates and connections can save you money. As can travelling outside of peak periods, or – if not travelling with children – outside school holidays.

USE DISCOUNTS Find discount codes with The Sun Vouchers, including for TUI, Expedia, First Choice, Lastminute, and Jet2Holidays.

SET ALERTS Airfarewatchdog and Skyscanner provides alerts on air fares, so you can get flights at their cheapest. Kayak offers alerts for flights and hotels.


Looking for a more peaceful place to stay in Tunisia? The island of Djerba offers a quieter alternative to the livelier resort towns in Tunisia.

Expect whitewashed villages, palm-tree-lined beaches and desert landscapes in this laid-back beach destination.

You can relax and unwind on the white sandy beach or crank it up a notch with a Sahara Desert safari or kite-surfing lesson.

The nearest airports to Djerba are Gabes, Sfax El Maou and Monastir and then you can take a ferry to the island.

Book a short break in Djerba this summer with all-inclusive hotels available from £124pp with

If you're not set on Tunisia, find more beach break inspiration for your summer 2019 trip here.

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