Many opportunities for sublime hikes are available on the coast of the Cap Bon, between rocky shores, white sand beaches, crystal-clear water and in springtime vivid wildflowers.
Jagged and rocky, the northern shore of the Cap Bon peninsula offers gorgeous landscapes, alternating from cliffs to long fine sand beaches.
Are we still in Tunisia or on some tropical island? In Port Prince, the rocky coastline faces a turquoise-coloured bay and the landscape is covered with multi-coloured flowers in springtime.
Wassila Bourguiba’s castle
This castle-like residence, now abandoned, once belonged to the wife of the first president of the Tunisian Republic.
Beach and line fishing
Port Prince’s beach is very popular in summertime. It also attracts anglers thanks to its clear and fish-bearing water.
Zembra Island – a marine reserve and a natural park – can be seen on the horizon.
Cliffs and rocks
A series of rocky spurs plunges into the crystal-clear sea.
An idyllic landscape can be found three kilometres away from Port Prince: the fine sand beach of Oued el Abid extends as far as the eye can see.
Dunes and white sand
The extensive sands are lined with dunes and slopes gently into the sea.
Hiking around Oued el Abid
Beach, hills, fields, rocky coves and the Meroua forest… there is a wide range or hiking possibilities.
Note: two guesthouses are available in Zougueg (10 km from Oued el Abid), Dar Ben Abdallah and Zembretta Farm.
Access: Port Prince is 60 km from Tunis and 11 km from Takelsa/Bir Mroua (on the road Soliman-El Haouaria).
GPS coordinates: 36.881865,10.662463