Perfect for those looking for independence, coming with family or wishing to stay a little longer, our small villa has its own outdoor area (garden, 2 terraces) and is fully equipped to accommodate 4 people (two double rooms). Although independent of the main house, we ensure that there is always someone nearby attending to your needs if required. For our small villa, the minimum stay is 2 nights in low season and 3 nights in summer (June to September). Breakfast can be requested at an additional cost.
Booking & Fees
Oct-Mai : 200 td/night – June/Sept : 220 td/night – July/ Aug : 250 td//night
You can ask for our breakfast, for an additional fee of 25 dt/ pax
Check-in starts at 14 pm / check-out until 11am (the day after the last selected day)
Air conditioning in the rooms
1 bed 1.40 with orthopedic mattress
1.60 bed, medico-orthopedic mattress
6 pillows, including 2 orthopedic
Fully equipped kitchen
Sunbeds and hammock
Sea view from the living room + terraces
The room “Sana” is for those who like comfort with ease.
- Private bathroom
- 2 guests
The Room “Nour” with its breath-taking view is an invitation to relax and recreate while contemplating the sea and the infinite horizon
- Private bathroom inside your room
- 2 guests
Eat & Drink
If you are looking for simplicity, in summer you’re spoiled for choice. There are a number of restaurants located on the nearby beaches, and of course even more in Raf-Raf, which is a long-time resort area.
If you opt for a chic restaurant, it’s better to go to Bizerte where several establishments have made a name for the high quality of their seafood.
If you prefer intimacy, you can also stay on site and prepare your own dishes and barbecue. The Ras Jebal market will satisfy you with its stalls loaded with fresh fruit and vegetables, its fish market, the know-how butchers, artisan bread, a large selection of olives and harissa, and local cheese.
If you want to enjoy a glass of wine or enjoy a cold beer, know that you will not find alcoholic beverages in the area, in restaurants, or in shops (except in Bizerte). On the other hand, you can do so with us, as we have a small selection of local wines that you can taste and discover.
If you are adept of vegetarian cooking, we can sometimes, depending on our availability, offer you a vegetarian table d’hôte or a vegetarian cooking workshop.
How To Get Here…
In general, having a car facilitates most travel in Tunisia, especially outside major cities, but it is not a requirement.
If you arrive from the airport, we can arrange for your transfer to Villa Sounine (which is generally preferable after a tiring trip).
Public transport, mainly by “louage” (collective taxi) is very inexpensive, but also restrictive, and rather suitable for those who want a total immersion experience in the local culture.
Once Arrived, How Do You Get From Place to Place…
At the Villa, you can use the local taxis for your transportation around the area. If you mainly want to rest, this may be an appropriate solution and the most viable.
If, on the other hand, you plan to do a lot of walks and excursions throughout the region, it’s better to opt for a car, which will make your life much easier and will be cheaper in the end!