Drinking and nightlife in Hammamet

  • Nightlife in Hammamet

    Café Sidi Bouhdid

    At the foot of the kasbah, this domed zaouia (shrine for a local patron) has been converted to a lovely cafe that's perfect for watching a sundown over an orange juice or shisha. There’s a mix of locals and tourists sitting among the rug-draped low seats and tables. There's sometimes live oud music on weekend evenings.

  • Nightlife in Hammamet

    El Pacha

    This club is made up of three Cuban-themed rooms, with live music, billiards and an open-air bar upstairs. A full restaurant takes up the ground floor. The cocktails are incredibly sugary, so find some friends for a bucket of beer.