Jendouba extends on 150 km from the capital Tunis. It is situated in the governorate of the Northwest of Tunisia, the Tuniso-Algerian border. Jendouba is mainly known for its agricultural harvesting activity and its hydraulic resources: four dams, 39 hill lakes and 17 hill dams provide about 330 million cubic meters of water. It is responsible for 47 % of the national production of agricultural products. Its tourism is centered on both cities of Tabarka and Aïn Draham. It has about thirty hotels, a golf course, and an international airport. Jendouba also insures a cultural tourism through its archeological sites of Bulla Regia and Chemtou. Regarding spa tourism, it has been enhanced by the presence of the increasingly developed hot springs.