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Past kitschy roundabout art, the roads leading into town, especially through the small village-cum-suburb of Dar Chaâbane, are lined with stone-carving workshops, and products from local masons...

Past kitschy roundabout art, the roads leading into town, especially through the small village-cum-suburb of Dar Chaâbane, are lined with stone-carving workshops, and products from local masons patiently await streetside for a buyer.

For the traveller, shopping is Nabeul's raison d'être. The pedestrianised Ave Farhat Hached, enclosed on its western side by a traditional Maghreb-style medina gate, is home to vendors selling wares from engraved silver, citrus and jasmine-blossom perfume to bog-standard tourist tat. It's the epicentre of Nabeul's Friday market, which has become hugely popular for no particular reason.

Quiet Nabeul has far fewer hotels than Hammamet, but its attractive white-sand beach is just as appealing

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