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Ferries Tunis Salerno

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
Remember that it is mandatory to access to the formentera.eco page.

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Tunis-Salerno

To reach Tunis from Salerno and vice versa is very easy and fast booking online on MrFerry for a low-cost crossing with departures from/to Tunis-Salerno.

The Avenue Mohammed V, one of the most beautiful of Tunis, eventually leads to the important centers of Carthage, rich in finds from the Roman period, and Sidi Bou Said, considered the Tunisian Saint Tropez.In the northern part of the city you can take a walk among the trees of Jasmine, Sandalwood and Orange Park Belvedere. Nearby Tunis is, instead, the famous Bardo Museum, which contains the largest collection of mosaics in North Africa and the history of Tunisia in all its glory.

The ancient town of Salerno is rich in history and it is part of the Italian Amalfi coast. Amnong the famous highlights in Salerno there is Castello di Arechi, a hilltop manor. To topo it all there is a lovely seaside promenade with a pleasant Mediterranean climate and some beautiful nearby beaches.

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