According to National Geographic, 10 beaches stand out in the MENA region. “From the Mediterranean’s balmy beaches to the Gulf’s shimmering sands, here are the Middle East’s must-visit beaches.”.
Along with Dahab (Egypt), Oludeniz (Turkey), the Dead Sea (Jordan, Israel), Tyre (Lebanon), Kite Beach Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Salalah (Oman), Nissi (Cyprus) and Saadiyat Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), Djerba is considered an island that also houses a rich cultural mosaic.
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“Home to some of the most gorgeous beaches in the region. The waters of Djerba, a small island off Tunisia’s southern coast, offer divers a varied landscape of reefs, underwater caves, and shipwrecks to explore. The island also holds a rich cultural tapestry that includes Africa’s oldest synagogue, a swath of souks, and delicious seafood restaurants. “says National Geographic.
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