Mahdia is very quite - Iman. Date of travel: Aug 2010
Very quite area, very little you can do at night so its mainly based around the hotels.
Disappointing - Sjors. Date of travel: Sep 2007
Mahdia was the closest city centre to this hotel and has no attraction except hassling by locals from 5 to 50 years old. Even tourism information centre has no idea about the restaurants or other things. She is just sitting on her table and telling people that she doesn't know anything about it and here are the brochures for the city.
Mahdia is a wonderful small town - Paul Collins. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Mahdia is a wonderful small town
Excellent medina and Friday market. A few good restaurants - Lido (and the one next door), and the Sidi Salem on the road to the lighthouse. Need to use taxis to get around - a bit like staring in your own version of the Simpsons Hit & Run PS game!! Do haggle in the markets, etc.. you'll enjoy it and get a bargain.
Peaceful and quiet resort - Andrew Hyne. Date of travel: Aug 2006
The Mahdia beach resort is just south of Monastir and Sousse, in Tunisia. Just a stones throw away from the gulf of Hammamet, Mahdia manages to combine its prosperous past with modern comforts. Mahdia is a small fishing port in the low season and a popular seaside resort in the summer, however it has managed to avoid becoming over developed like neighbouring Tunisian beach resorts such as Hammamet. Mahdia is a wonderful place for those seeking a restful break - with its long beach and turquoise and emerald sea, it's a perfect destination.
Hotels in Mahdia User Rating
5-Star Hotels
Hotel Mahdia Palace | * * * * * |
Melia El Mouradi Mahdia | * * * * * |
Vinci Nour Palace | * * * * * |
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4-Star Hotels
Iberostar El Fatimi | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
Thapsus Hotel Club | * * * * * |
Caribbean World Resort | * * * * * |
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