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La Marsa Beach

Listed under City Beach in Tunis, Tunisia.

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This bit of coast is palm lined, friendly to swimmers, white, and lovely, stretching northwards in a big scoop of bay that finally comes to a halt at a wall of high cliffs – it takes about 45 minutes to walk the length of the thing. Looking in the other direction you see the rows of attractive white houses like stairs running up the gentle slope – these are the chic addresses of the Tunisian upper middle classes, diplomats and ex-pats.

Busy on the weekends with all the cool kids coming down to hang out and look bronzed, well and wealthy, during the week this clean beach is quiet also.

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