Tunisia

This hospitable country is a land of contrasts, providing the visitor with a dazzling array of landscapes and architecture - from the dunes of the Sahara to the sparkling blue Mediterranean sea, for example, and from the narrow, winding streets of the Medina to the well located, modern hotels and amenities. The Cap Bon peninsula is a popular destination because of the beautiful Mediterranean climate and superb beaches. The capital, Tunis, and towns like Nabeul and Hammamet also offer a glimpse of centuries past, with plenty of sights to explore and discover - like the kasbah at Hammamet, for example, which dates back to the 9th century.

Hospitals

Leading Hammamet Private Hospital

The hospital opened in 2003, and the hospital complements the services already provided by the hospital in nearby Nabeul, with a further 90 beds and multidisciplinary medical care.

Leading Nabeul Private Hospital

The hospital is based in Nabeul, on the south coast of Tunisia. Established in 1991, this modern, internationally recognised private hospital provides healthcare facilities for patients worldwide.

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