Hammamet travel guide

Hammamet Tourism | Hammamet Guide

You're Going to Love Hammamet

With a population of 53,733, Hammamet is a must-see destination in Nabeul, Tunisia. It is the most popular tourist destination in the country. Consider staying at least one whole day in Hammamet to see all of its attractions.

When to visit Hammamet

Hammamet in January
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel
Hammamet in January
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel

How to Get to Hammamet


Although Hammamet doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to Enfidha-Hammamet Int (NBE), which is located 39 km from Hammamet.

Airlines serving Hammamet

Good (3,648 reviews)
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Turkish Airlines
Good (2,056 reviews)
Air France
Good (815 reviews)
Qatar Airways
Good (2,175 reviews)
Excellent (1,790 reviews)
Air Canada
Good (3,957 reviews)
Brussels Airlines
Good (193 reviews)
ITA Airways
Good (598 reviews)
Air Europa
Good (281 reviews)
Egypt Air
Good (176 reviews)
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Good (181 reviews)
Royal Air Maroc
Good (251 reviews)
Good (330 reviews)
Aegean Airlines
Excellent (391 reviews)
Transavia France
Good (202 reviews)
Royal Jordanian
Good (206 reviews)
Good (730 reviews)
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Where to stay in Hammamet

From 5-star hotels such as the Hasdrubal Thalassa & Spa Yasmine Hammamet to great affordable options like the Residence Hammamet, Hammamet offers a range of accommodations for every taste. Average rates range from around $86 per night for a double room in a 3-star hotel to $183 and up for a 5-star experience.

Where to stay in popular areas of Hammamet

Most booked hotels in Hammamet

Hotel Bel Azur Thalasso & Bungalows
Good (7.9, Good reviews)
Golden Tulip Taj Sultan Resort
Good (7.6, Good reviews)
Radisson Blu Resort & Thalasso, Hammamet
Good (7.1, Good reviews)
Alhambra Thalasso
Good (6.5, Good reviews)
Hotel Menara
Good (6.4, Good reviews)
El Mouradi El Menzah
Okay (5.6, Okay reviews)

Hiring a car in Hammamet

Expect to pay $1.37 per litre in Hammamet (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between $16.42 and $21.89. The most frequently booked car type in Hammamet is Mini (Hyundai i10 or similar). If you’re looking to save money, though, keep in mind that Economy car hire (Renault Clio or similar) is, on average, 53% cheaper than other car hire types in the city.