The walled fishing port of Hammamet, in Tunisia, a haven for travellers looking for an alternative to mass tourism. Photo: John Brunton

Tunisia’s terror attacks killed package tourism; now North African nation attracts a different kind of traveller

  • One of Arab world’s most tolerant countries boasts beautiful beaches, pre-Roman ruins, and hassle-free souks
  • Chic new hotels and renovated riads in the heart of the medinas are luring more affluent visitors
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The walled fishing port of Hammamet, in Tunisia, a haven for travellers looking for an alternative to mass tourism. Photo: John Brunton
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