Dive into its medina …
It is the second tourist hub of the region after Hammamet. Its kilometers of sandy beach and its medina make a peaceful destination, human scale and appreciated by tourists. In fact, I recommend a stroll in the late afternoon in the medina of Nabeul, more authentic and preserved as that of Hammamet. walk one wanders through its multiple white streets, it runs its souk full of bright colors, the stalls are spread on the sidewalk while admiring the doors studded wooden houses.
High place of a famous craft, capital of Tunisian handicrafts, you can also get beautiful pottery, ceramics but also decorative items made of leather, metal and wrought iron.
We take advantage of the sea view and we end up taking a mint tea or smoke a shisha cafe in Sidi Bouhdid. A quiet place, outside, cozy overlooking the sea where it is obliged to remove their shoes.
as you pass the mosque and found a fairly high point for admiring the impressive minaret.
If you Nabeul is too quiet and authentic city, the nightlife of the very tourist resort of Hammamet will satisfy you can be more than 12 km away …
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How to get there ?
Take a flight from Paris to Tunis.
Then either take a bus (1:30), a direct train (1H5) or by car (54 minutes)
Coffe Sidi Bouhdid