Located in the Gulf of Gabes, off the coast of Tunisia.
Legend has it that Djerba was the island of the Lotus-Eaters where Odysseus stranded on his voyage through the Mediterranean.
Djerba has a mild climate and a well cultivated soil. Its largest city is Houmt-Souk. The island is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful beaches and dramatic sunsets. It is one of the few remaining places in Tunisia where a Berber language is still spoken.
The Djerba Golf Club features 120 acres filled with palm trees between the sea and the dunes.
Set of 3 courses:
- Les Palmiers: 9 holes - par 37 - 3044 meters.
- La Mer: 9 holes - par 36 - 3125 meters.
- Les Acacias: 9 holes - 36 - 2685 meters.
Course designer: Martin Hawtree.