Continuing the tour around the Tunisian coastal town of Sidi Bou Said, I discovered another of its good viewpoints is the one right next to Ras Qatarjamah Lighthouse, which is called the lookout. The views are breathtaking and I'd personally recommend it to anyone who wants to get the best views of the bay of Sidi Bou Said with the Mediterranean Sea in the background. The place is not paved because it has only recently started to receive tourists. The guide took us to precisely this viewpoint because it was one of his favorites and receives the least number of people.
The viewpoint of Dar el Annabi is one of the most curious places that can be visited in the village of Sidi Bou Saïd, because while you are taking a tour of the streets of the village you see the difference between the white colors of the facades of the houses and blue windows, Arabic symbols and the contrast with the blue sea. There is a staircase to reach the lookout inside Dar el Annabi and, since it is one of the highest in the area, the views are great. You can see the roofs of the various houses around which gives you a better idea of how the Tunisians live. I thought that the panoramic views were fantastic!
Among the many tourist deals offered by the seaside village of Sidi Bou Saïd are their viewpoints, which are located in many different streets. The best of these viewpoints is Sidi Chabaane which is located at one end of Sidi Bou Saïd. From this viewpoint you can get the best views of the different attractions such as Sidi Bou Said marina, Mersa beach and Abu Said al-Beji mosque, among others.