An attractive place, built as a traditional village. Mixing the different architectures of the island, a legacy of the many people who, like Ulysses, were bewitched by this piece of Mediterranean land. A real meeting place for the islanders and visitors.
The complex is integrated into a reconstituted Djerbian village: streets and alleys, porches and archways, covered passages, small shaded places and coffee terraces. These fantastic places will make you remember the typical urbanity of Djerba. Through the years, the inhabitants have welcomed the newcomers. Without any particular style, but rather a mix between all the architectural styles of the country, the village is thought like a meeting place, around a central place surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and shops. Life is articulated around the magnificent Lalla Hadria Museum, the circuit based on the discovery of the Djerbian patrimony: Djerba Heritage and, really incredible on this island, the biggest crocodile farm in the Mediterranean basin.
All this, in the middle of local and desert vegetation.