The island of Djerba is just off the North Coast of Tunisia and has long been a major tourist resort. Your cheap flight to Djerba lands at Djerba International Airport. The airport has basic amenities like food and drinks, exchange office, post office, and tourist help desks. Transportation from the airport includes rental cars from Europcar, Sixt, or Holiday rental cars. Buses are the cheapest way to go but you almost have to be a native to know the schedule. Taxis are relatively inexpensive. Djerba flights are easy to find online if you use the many travel sites that are available now.
There aren't many cars on the road in Djerba and a rental car may be too expensive to be practical. Taxis, as mentioned above, are not expensive. The most expedient way to tell the driver your destination is to carry a map of the city and point. For a more picturesque way to travel, take a horse and buggy. You can find them outside most hotels. Quad-bikes and buggies are also available if you want to explore on your own.
Cheap airfare to Djerba lands you in a picturesque land filled with interesting things to do. If you have the time, consider taking the Circuit 4x4 La Saharienne tour. It takes several days and goes around the entire Southern Tunisia area in air-conditioned vehicles. If you'd like to take a less ambitious tour, Djerba Explore only takes a morning. Don't forget that Djerba is an island so that means water fun. Aquajet offers tours on jet-skis and Blue Dolphin Dive Center has the complete dive packages. Go horseback riding at the Royal Carriage Club or golf at the Djerba Golf Club.
Flights to Djerba will take you to a resort where shopping, you'll find, is mostly for souvenirs. Houmt Souk is the vast open air market we're you'll find food, materials, carpets, jewelry, and ceramics. While in the Houmt Souk, try the RistoranteHaroun. DeliceResto features Mediterranean cuisine. La Cote de Boeuf is traditional Tunisian. If your still in Houmt Souk, try your luck at the casino, but be aware that they only accept foreign currency. Most of the nightlife is based around the hotels. The Bowling features live music and cold beer. Most of the attractions of Djerba take place in the day. You'll have to seek out the bars and discos from the advice of hotel staff.