In the north-east of Tunisia, the Cap Bon Peninsula greets you with its most beautiful beach resorts, and the source of its greenery made of citrus groves and vineyards.
If you ever stay in Hammamet or in Nabeul, the country seat of the region, do not hesitate to go on a two-day tour discovery of the wonders of the Cap Bon. It is located one hour only from the capital city Tunis or Sousse.
It would be preferable if your tour begins from Nabeul (if you were there on Friday, we would advise you to be amidst the massive crowd of the weekly souk (market) in the city center). Several pottery craftsmen are waiting to show you the cycle through which a ceramic piece undergoes before ending up decorating your house.
In a hot summer day, make sure that your next destination be the city of Kelibia. You deserve to spend the rest of your day on one of the most beautiful beaches of Tunisia.
For those who are passionate about history and archeology, we recommend you to visit a UNESCO world heritage site; the archaeological Punic site of Kerkouane.
On the way to Korbous, make a thirty-minute stop in El Haouaria and admire a rocky beach where the waves break on the rocky shoreline.
Stay focused on your way to Korbous. This little town is well known for its 7 mineral-rich thermal springs. Swimming in Ain El Atrous or Ain Kanassira is strongly advised for maintaining good health. It is worth withstanding the water heat for.