Thanks to its position on the north coast of Africa, the weather in Tunisia is almost consistently hot and sunny. Winters are cool, with temperatures dipping into the mid-teens, while summers tend to peak in the low 30s. However, during July and August, warm air is blown from the Sahara Desert and can send the mercury into the 40s, making it very hot.
If you’re looking for good sightseeing weather and the chance to catch some rays, book your holidays to Port El Kantaoui between May and June or September and October. Rain tends to fall between January and March and from September to December, although it can be over as quickly as it starts.