Ain Draham City
Ain Draham, situated in northwestern Tunisia and part of the governorate of Jendouba, lies about twenty kilometers south of Tabarka. Although it serves as the capital of a delegation with a population of 40,372 inhabitants, the city itself is home to only 9,788 inhabitants, as per the 2014 statistics.
Discover the enchanting beauty of Ain Draham City, nestled in the picturesque mountains of Northwestern Tunisia. Immerse yourself in breathtaking beauty and the captivating landscapes, serene forests, and breathtaking views.
Experience the charm of this idyllic destination, known for its pleasant climate, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality.
Whether you seek outdoor adventures, historical sites, or simply a peaceful retreat, Ain Draham City offers an unforgettable experience for every traveler. Explore its hidden treasures, indulge in local cuisine, and create lasting memories in this hidden gem of Tunisia.
Ain Drahem settles on an altitude of 800 meters on the slopes of Djebel Bir (1014 meters). This mountain is part of the Kroumirie mountains.
This region in Tunisia receives the highest annual rainfall of 1534 millimeters and is known for occasional snowfall. It is also a popular winter destination for Tunisians seeking to witness this natural phenomenon.
The name Ain Draham means “silver source” and evokes the sulphurous hot springs already used by the Romans in antiquity. Remains of thermal baths can thus be spotted on the site.
Aïn Draham is also an active resort since the period of the French protectorate.
With its charming houses featuring red-tiled roofs and vast forest of cork oak, this place is like an alpine village. Visitors enjoy its abundant game, particularly wild boar, and find it an ideal destination for all seasons, whether for hunting, refreshing climate, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, or hydrotherapy.