A new marina with modern luxury at Gammarth, Tunisia
The recently opened Port Marina de Gammarth is Tunisia’s newest marina - and one that promises to be an ideal alternative to the closed Bizerte. Located close to Tunis, this marina already has a reputation for luxury, and for captains it combines fantastic surroundings with berths for superyachts to 35 metres.
Gammarth at a glance
- The latest modern marina to open in Tunisia
- 14 berths of 25 metres and one long-side berth of 35 metres
- Electric gates, CCTV and 24-hour security guards
- Side-to bunkering quay
- Excellent location near high-quality restaurants and shops
Why berth at Gammarth with YST?
- The perfect alternative to Bizerte
With a fully functioning gas station,water and electricity available on the quay, some Captains prefer to use Marina Gammarth over Bizerte.
- An ideal location for non-VAT paid yachts
Located just outside the European Union but also within easy reach of the Western Mediterranean cruising grounds, Gammarth Marina occupies the ideal place for non-VAT paid yachts looking to sort their paperwork.
- Benefit from local knowledge with English-speaking expertsThe language barrier need not concern you if you berth at Gammarth with YST. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff not only speak your language, but have extensive industry experience. That means you can trust us to take care of everything from customs paperwork to advising you on the best local restaurants.
Things to do in Gammarth
Discover Tunisia with expert guides
If you and your crew have a little time to spend in Tunisia, you can count on us to help you make the most of it. Not only can we offer insider tips on where to go and what to do, but we can even arrange excursions with expert guides, hand-picked by our team for their experience and flair.
Stretching alongside the town, Gammarth Beach is a pleasant place to go to unwind and try out a few beach activities.
The nearby Residence Golf Course provides a modern golfing experience, with the course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. This 18-hole course allows you to tee off in scenic surroundings, thanks to its stunning natural setting between the sea and a salt lake.
Thanks to its location between Tunis and La Marsa, Gammarth is a great place for shopping. You will be spoilt for choice with everything from stylish boutiques to tempting delicatessens.
Nearby La Marsa is the ideal place to go for an evening out, whether you are seeking fine dining or to let your hair down in the local nightclubs.
Having inspired dramatic legends and sitting just outside Gammarth, the ancient city of Carthage is a must-visit. Encircled by 34 km walls, these historic ruins include Roman baths, ancient streets, homes and much more. Plus, you can visit the Carthage Museum to take a look at some of the amazing finds discovered here, including mosaics and statues.
Sidi Bou Said
With its beautiful clifftop location and pretty blue-and-white buildings, Sidi Bou Said is an enchanting place to visit. The spectacular sea views alone are worthy of a visit, but the town itself is just as scenic, looking very much like a slice of Greece. The streets are lined with flower-draped buildings, cafes, souvenir shops and art shops, helping to make a trip here an excellent day out.
The country’s finest museum is just a short distance from Gammarth in the capital city of Tunis. Housing an unmissable collection of ancient North African artifacts, it displays everything from Roman mosaics to early Islamic ceramics. What’s more, the collection is housed in a stunning palace, which is worth a visit in its own right.