Veraclub El Kantoui

Address: 5 km from Port El Kantoui, Port El Kantaoui, Tunisia | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 5 km from Port El Kantoui, Port El Kantaoui, is near Medina of Sousse, Mahdia's Old Town, The Great Mosque (Sidi Oqba Mosque), and Medina of Kairouan.
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      Travel Blogs from Port El Kantaoui

      ( KAIROUAN, TUNISIA; FEB 21 730 )

      A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 21, 2015

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      ... Ali, but he promised to fulfill our needs through the whole way, so we have another stop left. I regret telling him that we're planning to go to another stop, actually. The Great Mosque of Kairouan is one of those....great mosques that we've seen along the way though. It makes Kairouan seem more like a metropolis that fostered a more cosmopolitan feel. Beautiful pre-historic Islam artistry is displayed as well as different textures of what looks like marble and ...

      At the Tip of Tunisa

      A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 21, 2015

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      ... to learn. Under the current ruler, people said he was envolved with the education and arts in empire for he encouraged it.There are schools here, prestigious schools where only the rich and intelligent men attend. Notice how i said men. During Islamic era, it was usually frowned upon women to attend school and only wealthy women would be able to afford education but in private. It is such a culture clash between present day and women during the Umayyad empire for here women were 'seen ...

      ISLAM'S FOURTH HOLIEST CITY

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

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      ... courtyard surrounded by marble pillars supporting stone arches. The prophet's friend, Uqba ibn Nafi, rested near here.
      -----We traveled from here to Kerouan's "Great Mosque". This smoothly polished building - made from rectangular stones in the 9th century - stretched for a city block. I was able to peak inside, to an open plaza surrounded by orange stone pillars and large enough for a thousand worshippers. I couldn't enter the mosque because it was ...

      A PLACE OF LEGENDS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

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      ... to Hannibal as a 'military superstar'. The city's Roman roots date to 40 BC when Augustus began its restoration. Much of its marble was taken by the Islamic dynasties to build their mosques. Today a presidential palace overlooks the site.

      The most significant remains are those of the Antonine Baths. They are massive in scale. Wandering around the bowels of what must have been a masterpiece of engineering one could only imagine this small manifestation of the ...

      Bring out the Gladiators ... Bring out the Lions

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... are used only for making olive oil. (Quite frankly, I just presumed all olives are edible). I also learned that it takes 5-7 kilos of olives to make a litre of olive oil. Yikes. That's a lot of olives!

      And when I wasn't hearing about olive trees and olive oil, Hassan pointed out every factory we passed. “Look Dee bor a … a car factory. They make cars.” “Dee bor a, there is a tire factory. They make tires.” Classic! It would have been really ...