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Plage kettana

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en remontant la RN1 dans la direction de Gabes, on a apperçu au loin, vers l'Est des plages étendues et desertes. on a été tout de suite curieyux de voir la qualité de ces espaces encore vierges de toute occupation touristique. quelques kilomètres de pistes plus loin on est tombés sur cette plage fréquentée par les locaux. elle nous rappela les plages vierge de jerba d'il y a 20 ans. espérant que le tourisme épargnera ce petit havre de nature dans l'océan chaotique qu'est devenue la tunisie.

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