In Guellela, it is necessary to visit the museum of arts and traditions. This museum surmounts the hill of Guellela and is considered to be the highest point of Djerba even if it is limited to a height of 52 meters. The museum allows its visitors to admire a panoramic view of the whole island. The major elements of this rare Tunisian landscape are outstandingly the palm tree, the olive tree and the sea, the sources of life of Djerban farmers and fishermen.
The museum also offers representations of the Djerbans daily activities, their festivities, their traditions, their rites and practices through beautiful models artfully placed in the museum and architecturally displayed in the shape of a Menzel architecturally speaking.