Housing: living room and open kitchen. Richly furnished with a marriage of traditional Tunisian and Western modern. Surrounded by a small garden. We thought of all the amenities of life, just your clothes and you are at home.
New construction (2015) with direct access to the famous beach of Lahmeri, tributary of the Mediterranean. It is backed by mountains and dense forest leaning against Rafraf. Cozy with all the comforts needed to relax, get away and enjoy the beautiful naturr.
Guests can access the courses surrounding the building as well as two terraces one on the first level above a garage and the other to the roof with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean and the other on the mountain.
A small garden all around the house with local young fruit trees, tables to enjoy a tea or coffee, two terraces overlooking a garage and the other above the building.
Exchange with customers
If I'm on the scene, I am pleased to help you and I guide you in your holiday programs and visits. In my absence, throughout your stay, Niece, Amani will bring you the help you need, just let him know and it will be pleased to help.
quiet area, almost inihabité the course of the year, most of them are second homes but not far from the city a few meters you will find grocery stores, restaurants, butcher ... more populated with summer vacationers coming either abroad or nearby towns in the region.
Raf Raf is located north-east, 60 kilometers from Tunis, Bizerte 42 kilometers and 7 kilometers from Ras Jebel. Known for its vineyards giving muscat grape, its famous rock, its beaches and clay baths, but also for the beauty of its colorful traditional costumes. Raf Raf offer beach, forest, mountains, small fish souks and spice markets, and above all a way of life serene and friendly
What's Near Raf-Raf
EL GHAR MELH: Village peaceful fisherman, has not always had that reputation. The history of El Ghar Melh is old, a counter was probably located here since Phoenician times. During the heyday of Utica under Roman occupation, Garh El Melh served her port. From [...]
SOUNINE: Located between the Cape Farina, which delimits the northern Gulf of Tunis entry and Ras Jebel, is located two kilometers from Raf Raf, 30 km from Bizerte and 60 kilometers from Tunis. It overlooks a rocky coastline interspersed with a few sandy coves. Access to the beach by a small track and a descent into the rocks. Between the village and the nearby town of Raf Raf, we see two pyramidal mountains facing the Pilau island.
The village is surrounded by fertile land where they grow different kinds of vegetables and grenades. [...]
SIDI ALI EL MEKKI The village of Ghar El Melh is located 57 kilometers from Bizerte and 44 in Tunis. Just south of Raf-Raf Ghar El Melh (meaning "salt pit" because of nearby salt) is the other side of Jebel Nadour and its more than 320 meters.
METLINE: The small town of Metline is 28 kilometers southeast of Bizerte, on the road to Ras Jebel-Raf Raf then. The first foundations of the city remain a little fuzzy: Although some Roman remains have been updated, the existence of Metline only goes back in the sixteenth century.
Utica is a small town located 35 kilometers south of Bizerte to Tunis. If the modern city will enchant anyone, the interest of moving to Utica is its archaeological witness of its ancient history.
BIZERTE: the largest city that litter the Coral Coast, a name given to the Tunisian shores that extend from the north of Tunis. The capital is only 64 km away from, which easily runs on highway. The calm of the old port of Bizerte, new shipyard, Medina ...
BIZERTE-THE MODERN CITY
The modern town lies in the southern part of Bizerte, between Avenue of President Habib Bourguiba and dock Tarik Ibn Ziad. The large open avenues intersect to form a grid pattern, organized during the French protectorate few Art Deco buildings of the 30 remain.
Raf Raf or Rafraf (رفراف) is a town in north-eastern Tunisia situated sixty kilometers from Tunis, forty kilometers of Bizerte and seven kilometers from Ras Jebel. Raf Raf is perched on a hill which is backed by the Djebel Nadhour. Down the hill, overlooking the beach, there is the other part of the city - named Raf Raf beach or El Hmari - which stretches along the coast. From its shore, you can see the island Pilau (قمنارية) The city is known in Tunisia for its vineyards, giving a muscat grape (مسكي رفراف), its beaches and embroidered traditional costumes (Description: wikipedia).
car rental, private transport, taxi, buses are the possible means of transport. Mr Habib with a 9 seater minibus with passenger transport authorization to offer its services either for transfer or return to airport (shuttle), excursions all over the country, daily visits ... Just ask and it will make him great pleasure to accompany you. His fees are payable locally by prior arrangement.
The house is non-smoking, but if you wish, you can smoke either one of the two terraces or around the garden, nice places to give different activities.
Preserving the environment is an issue that is important to us: we have installed photovoltaic panels, solar water heating and water saving devices and thermal insulation. In doing so, we seek to provide maximum comfort to all who come to spend time with us. We appreciate all you do to contribute to our effort, including avoiding unnecessary waste (window open while the heating / air conditioning is on, or run the air conditioning in your absence ...).
Sometimes equipment break or stop working during your stay. Notify us so we can repair or replace the items in question.
We need your contribution to preserve the environment, water, and electricity. In summer, opening large windows with mosquito nets, air conditioner use is not even necessary.
Peace and respect for the neighborhood is one of the characteristics of the region.
Pets are unfortunately not allowed.