Ferries to Tunisia

Map and flag of Tunisia

Travel by ferry to Tunisia! Travelling to Tunisia couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Tunisia holiday rested and without stress.

Tunisia’s capital Tunis is accessible from France (Marseille) and from mainland Italy (Genoa, Civitavecchia and Salerno). There is also a connection from Sicily (Palermo).

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All ferries to Tunisia

Here you find all current ferry connections to Tunisia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Shipping company
Ferry Marseille – Tunis Ferry from France to Tunisia Corsica Linea
Ferry Marseille – Zarzis Ferry from France to Tunisia

All ferries from Tunisia

Here you find all current ferry connections from Tunisia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Shipping company
ferry Tunis – Marseille Ferry from Tunisia to France Corsica Linea
Ferry Zarzis – Marseille Ferry from Tunisia to France

Ferry ports in Tunisia

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Tunisia here.

Ports Number of ferry terminals
Tunis 1
Zarzis 1

Travel guide Tunisia

Holiday in Tunisia

Tunisia inspires with endless expanse, white beaches and azure blue water. Together with beautiful old towns, colourful markets and ancient sites, it enchants visitors from all over the world.


TOP excursion destinations in Tunisia

Tunisia’s capital Tunis invites you on a journey into the past. In the historic Medina quarter, oriental palaces, mosques, mausoleums, souks and fountains are fascinating. The district has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and offers visitors interested in culture around 700 monuments.

With Carthage you will visit the most important Roman metropolis in Africa. Although already destroyed in the 7th century, the size of the former city can still be guessed today. Ancient witnesses of time are the amphitheatre, the Antonius-Pius-Therme and the Roman villas with their artistic mosaics and fountains.

Once gladiator fights took place in the ancient El Djem amphitheatre. It is nearly as big as the Colosseum in Rome. Whoever enters this impressive place today can almost feel how 35,000 spectators once cheered on the fighters here.

The port city of Sousse delights its visitors with its imposing appearance. Its old town dates back to the 9th century and is surrounded by a city wall. The fortress towers mightily above everything. The harbour and the promenade also invite you to take a stroll.

Absolutely impressive is a visit to the hilltop village of Matmata. Superficially completely unremarkable at first, another world opens up as you descend into the subterranean apartments. It offered its inhabitants protection from heat and cold for thousands of years, and people still live here today.

The island of Djerba offers 125 kilometres of bathing pleasure. Palm beaches, beautiful towns with picturesque alleys and oriental markets make Djerba the perfect holiday island.

A trip to the Sahara promises a unique experience of nature. The salt lake Chott El Djerid and the sand dunes around the lively oasis town Douz are worthwhile excursion destinations. Here, a colourful weekly market, camel safaris and a desert zoo provide unforgettable moments.


Entry requirements Tunisia

German citizens can enter Tunisia with a passport, identity card and children’s passport. All documents must be valid for at least six months upon entry. However, the presentation of an identity card is only sufficient for package tours and travel by air.


Alternative travel options

Theoretically, it is possible to arrive by car, train or bus. However, the routes are long and transits often depend on the current political situation. It is faster and safer to travel by plane.


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