Djerba | Tunisia
Djerba | Tunisia

Known for its beautiful beaches, Djerba also has a very rich tangible and intangible heritage: its fishing villages, traditional markets displaying traditional handicrafts which include Berber jewelry, textiles, traditional shoes, brass and silverware, leather goods, hand-painted pottery, its museums, monuments and historical relics and so many other discoveries that will arouse your interest. Recently included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, discover the traditional architecture of Djerba: old wells, little mosques hidden in the countryside, large rural properties known as menzels.

The village of Guellala is Djerba’s main pottery center, its main street is lined with ceramic workshops displaying their wares to visitors. Don’t miss visiting the village of Erriadh where you discover the living museum of street art, Djerbahood – a stunning backdrop of traditional architecture created by graffiti artists from around the world . You will have the opportunity to learn one or more ancestral trades thanks to the workshops offered by the differents handcraftsman.

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