Built between 19, the Museum Ennejma Ezzahra, once the home of Le French Baron Rodolph d' Erlanger (himself an artist of some renown) and now a fascinating museum for Mediterranean music.
It is symbol of Tunisian musical heritage where musicians, and choral groups from around the world perform on a regular basis.
It is one of the most impressive sites in Cap Bon regarding its antiquity (being of Greek, then Carthage, then Rome, then the Arab conquest).
There are remains of ancient houses and garum factory.
Dar Chabaane, 2 km from Nabeul is a small town famous for its stone carvers and their much sought after honeycomb patterns chiselled into chalky limestone.
Located on the Cap Bon coast, Kelibia is a picturesque and thriving a small fishing port.
Here the Romans built a water temple on the site of a natural spring and channelled spring water from the mountain, via aqueducts, all the way to Carthage some 70 kms or more.
- is 12 kms north of Hammamet and has the biggest weekly market in the area held every Friday morning.
It is also a holiday resort with long stretches of sandy beach.
Among these cultures were the Carthaginian - their native civilization, Roman, Vandal, Jewish, Christian, Arab, Islamic, Turkish, and French, in addition to native Amazigh.
This unique mixture of cultures made Tunisia, with its strategic geographical location in the Mediterranean, the core of some great civilizations of Mare Nostrum.