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Habib B
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Oct 2019 • Family
Cruising on the Hammamet coastal side, we decided to pay a visit to one of the rare Berbère « Amazigh »village in the area.
Takrouna is 6 km a yay from the city of Enfidha on the way to the mountains city of Zagwan.
Perched on top hill of about 200m above sea level, this pitoresque village gives a fantastic view over the Sahel area, zagwan mountains, Nabeul, Kerouan and Sousse with a spectacular view oh the coat and Hammamet bay.
Still under referbuishing, the village is fairly well maintained.
Beautiful day, spring weather.
One hour trip that wearth the detour.
Written November 12, 2019
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maldives
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK765 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Lovely to visit, its a long way up but totally worth it for the great views, Lovely authentic cafe and interesting museum next door.
Written July 4, 2019
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Bart D
Mortsel, Belgium20 contributions
Nov 2023 • Solo
Because of a rock that fell down on an abandoned house, the village is cut of. There is a fence and a guard. We were not allowed to go in by foot or car. The next day I went back, assuming it was only for a day, but it was permanent. I convinced the guard that I would only stay 5 min and was allowed to go up by car. The sight is very nice and there is a small mausoleum up the hill, not spectacular though. A lady called me up to visit here house. There were practically one of the only left in the tiny village. She and her husband were ok, but still I was a bit done with the fact everybody in this country wants to sell you stuff... It's not being friendly, it's more creating an opportunity to sell... I can't blame them, but it doesn"t sit well with me somehow.

I totally recommend going to Zriba, another berber village a bit further up the road to Zaghouan. It is more dramatical and completely abandonned. It was magical in there.
Written November 7, 2023
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