On the highway of Teboursouk-Thibar, overlooking the vineyard fields and the Aleppo pine forests of Thibar, the little village of Djebba stands on the heights of Djebel Gorra Mountain.
Djebba has a national nature park which is set out on the hillsides of Gorra up to a summit of an approximate 1000m of altitude.
The park offers very nice panoramic views on different sides of the region, as well as various cavities, such as the cave of the seven sleepers and the one that has been transformed into a small open-air theater that was used as a chapel of a church founded by the White Fathers during the colonial period (the presence of small holes at the top of the wall indicates the preexistence of the church).
Several water sources irrigate the most diverse and well- known fig trees of Tunisia; the Djebba figs. These sources flow out in waterfalls during a significant period of the year.
Thigibba bure (the ancient Djebba) also has a great number of dolmens, Numidian megalithic tombs built out of large stone blocks.
We advise you to take your food with you when spending the day at park of Djebba. You will find no more than a little coffee, toilets and a parking lot.