Mountain Ranges of Algeria33.2N 3.1E
This shows Algeria, the largest country in Africa, the Arab world, and the Mediterranean. Most of the coastal area is hilly, sometimes even mountainous, and there are a few natural harbours. The area from the coast to the Tell Atlas is fertile. South of the Tell Atlas is a steppe landscape, which ends with the Saharan Atlas; further south, there is the Sahara desert.
The Tell Atlas merge with the Saharan Atlas in eastern Algeria. Between the two ranges lie vast plains and highlands. The vast mountain ranges of Aures and Nememcha, occupy northeastern Algeria and are delineated by the Tunisian border. The Ahaggar Mountains, also known as the Hoggar, are a highland region in central Sahara, southern Algeria.