The largest island off the African coast of the Mediterranean sea, Djerba, is located in the Gulf of Gabes. It is known primarily for the oldest synagogue in the world El Ghriba. This island was formerly inhabited by Jews, and their community emigrated to France and promised Land after the Second world war. Tourism is well developed at Djerba, there are many hotels and Hiking routs here. Since the main trade for local residents is fishing, you can taste here the delicious fish. The island is ideal for lovers of quiet and secluded relaxation.