An air of faded glamour hangs over Dar Sebastién in Hammamet. This cool and elegant villa is one of the town's hidden gems and it's where you'll begin the tour before heading to its magnificent medieval medina and modern marina.
You'll be picked up and taken to the leafy suburbs of southern Hammamet. Here, hidden behind trees, is the whitewashed Dar Sebastién. Built by Romanian playboy George Sebastian in the Roaring Twenties, the airy marble halls and the colonnaded swimming pool were the epicentres of parties attended by the likes of Paul Klee, Wallis Simpson and Coco Chanel. In later years, Erwin Rommel and Winston Churchill also lived it up here – if only the walls could talk.
The gardens boast views over the town's medina. Next, you'll be able to wander its alleys of tightly packed whitewashed homes dominated by the Kabir Mosque minaret – made famous by Klee in a painting. Rounding off the day is free time at the Marina Yasmine.