Dar Dhiafa

Address: Erriadh, Djerba, 4146, Tunisia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Erriadh, Djerba.
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      Travel Blogs from Djerba

      A ROMAN CAUSEWAY

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... trees by spreading out tarpaulines on the ground and the use of electrical vibrators to shake them off [or Helen of Troy, in a drunken stupor, just haphazardly crashes into the trees]. Tunisian olives are known for low acidity and a good for those with cholesterol issues.

      There were many jerry cans along the road. Drivers of oil tankers from Libya stop and make a bit of money by siphoning off some oil. The locals then resell it at a price still below the normal rates. ...

      Hey Let Me On Djerba!

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 12, 2013

      15 photos

      ... often do not know what you are missing until you actually get to the country.)

      Twenty minutes later we stopped in the little town of Metameur to visit a Berber ksar. Now the Berber ksar in Tunisia was vastly different than the desert ksar I visited in Morocco (which was a fortified residential area made of stone brick homes). This ksar was actually a type of granary storage facility built by the region's tribes. Because the tribes were nomadic, often traveling the region for ...

      Island of Djerba

      A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 23, 2013

      4 photos

      ... lines & large coloured squares, a head scarf & a straw hat on top. It is quite a crowded place famous for its Fort dating from Roman & mediaeval times & its old Jewish Synagogue which apparently is a place of pilgrimage. This is guarded by armed police & we had to go through a half hearted bag search & detector to enter it. The design appears unusual to us as it has adjacent rooms for women & men rather than a ...

      Www.djerbaturisme.com

      A travel blog entry by djerbatourisme on May 19, 2011

      Hello,

      www.djerbatourisme.com offers you all his staff and products to garentee you best holidays, satisfaction, pleasure and best prices.

      All we want is to bring back tourists to our fantastic Island by offering all sorts of entertainment and excursions at a price that they won't find with other :

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      Mahires to Aghir

      A travel blog entry by london_to_ct on Aug 08, 2010

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... br> With the heat a constant companion the only options are sitting in the room in the shade, or lying in the sea. But no complaints about that.

      The crew went out for dinner the night we arrived, and Chezzy decided to treat himself before he headed back to London. As in his words "we are in smelling distance of the sea" it is therefore considered appropriate to have a cocktail. So Chezzy ...