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Testour is a city in northwestern Tunisia, built by the mores after their installation in Tunisia, on the banks of the river Medjerda. We offer you good reasons that will encourage you to visit this city and enjoy its beauty.

Always beautiful, authentic and welcoming, the city of Testour promises its visitors to spend unique and unpublished moments. If you are passionate about history, you are passionate about history or you are looking for relaxation and relaxation, you will surely find what you are looking for in Testour.

We suggest you the best plans to visit Testour.


The Grand Mosque and the Testour clock:

The minaret of the Great Mosque of Testour is equipped with a unique clock in the world. Its hands turn in the opposite direction of a watch and the numbers are placed upside down too.

After 300 years of installation by the Andalusians, Testour's counterclockwise clock, which has undergone a long breakdown, has been restored to life.


The cave "Ghar Kriz":

In the agricultural region of Ain Younes, there is a cave called Ghar Kriz, a cave that develops hundreds of meters to easy access and where nests a large bat colony.


The farm house "The Orchard of the Mountains":

A 70 km from the capital, overlooking the slopes of Mount El Hindi, Le Verger des Montagnes is a beautiful space, providing peace and quiet, opening on one of the most magnificent views of Testour. The cottage has been designed to accommodate hikers, curious people and good living.


The archaeological site of "Ain Tounga":

This site located about ten kilometers from Testour, not far from the site of Dougga, shelters the ruins of the ancient city of Thignica. The most impressive remains are remains of a Byzantine fortress.

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