People support Djerba's candidacy for UNESCO
In order to become a candidate for registering on UNESCO's World Heritage List, a place, monument or group of monuments (commonly referred to as serial properties) must prove its uniqueness.learn more
At the time of the Republic of Carthage and the Roman Empire and due its exceptional geographical position, Djerba was the main gateway to North Africalearn more
Despite the passage of time and the rapid expansion of touristic activity in Djerba, the island has managed to preserve the land use that makes it so special in the eyes of the world as tourism has only developed the coast, long neglected by the ancients.learn more
Find out what makes this garden-island a unique place in the world.