Where is Nabeul Located?
The provincial capital of the Cap Bon region is Nabeul and the second most important pottery city in Tunisia. In addition to the craft, the city also has fine sandy beaches and beautiful Hotels to offer. Today, it is one of the most important cities in Tunisia with its craft and industrial enterprises. It was best known for its pottery, which dates back to Roman origins (Neapolis) and was refined by the moors (Andalusian) who fled from Spain in the Middle Ages.
What Country is Nabeul in?
The city of Nabeul has about 57.000 inhabitants  and is located in the Bay of Hammamet, in the South of the Cap Bon. Nabeul is also the provincial capital of the province of the same name, with an estimated 700,000 inhabitants and an area of 2,788 square kilometers. The economic base of Nabeul agriculture, has specialized in the cultivation of citrus fruits, tomatoes, vegetables, flowers and wine is in addition to the production of ceramics and tourism. Tourism in the city is also becoming increasingly important. The hotel zone of Nabeul begins on the coast while the city centre is about 2 km away.