In the heart of a happy region, the Cap Bon Peninsula, with its green landscapes steeped in marine sweetness, Hammamet and Nabeul are two great holiday resorts renowned for their long sandy beaches and the beauty of the turquoise sea.
During a long day of stopover, you will taste the special charm of Hammamet, its poetic medina surrounded by golden ramparts and its gardens where bougainvillea compete with hibiscus, oily plants and jasmine bushes. You will also appreciate the joyful and cordial atmosphere of Nabeul, a great craft city and regional capital that has managed to preserve an art of living full of refinement.
Archaeological Museum of Nabeul: Right in the centre of Nabeul, this museum is dedicated to the archaeology of Cape Bon, especially during the Punic and Roman periods of the peninsula. In different rooms are found pieces found on the site of the ancient Nabeul, which bore the Greek name of Néapolis.
A whole part of the museum looks in more detail at Néapolis and the archaeological remains found there, from the main ruins of the site, the house of the Nymphs (mosaics) and the fish processing plant, where curing was done and sauces were made in an almost industrial way. Neapolis site is far from the city about two kilometers.
Workshops Pottery: Capital of Tunisian pottery, you will find an impressive number of shops offering pottery of all kinds. To discover the work of pottery, you can go to one of the many workshops that surround the city.
District Nattiers: which extends to the north of the avenue Habib Bourguiba, evokes another specialty of the city of Nabeul. In this district, it is still possible to see the work of craftsmen, and you will find plethora of mats of all kinds that can serve as decoration.
Centre for Arts and Crafts of Nabeul: welcomes visitors to discover these crafts that have characterized the city: you will find pottery and weaving, but also metalwork and sculpture, for demonstrations and product sales.
Medina of Hammamet : Hammamet has a medina. It offers another facet of this city with some charms. It is like the Arab cities with its souk, small alleys and cemeteries. The fort or kasbah dating from the 15th century is still well preserved. At the time, it protected the city from foreign assaults. It is directly facing the sea. By climbing its impressive ramparts, spectacular panoramas of the surroundings will surprise you. It is one of the monuments not to be missed on the West corner of the medina. When visiting the medina, you can not miss the souk with all the shops of fabrics, perfumes and other souvenirs.
Villa Sébastian: is also a must-see. It impresses with its Arab Muslim architecture. It is currently the international cultural centre.