Kelibia attractions

Beach in Kelibia

Plage de Sidi Mansour

The road to get here from Kelibia is rough, narrow and militantly guarded by herds of goats, but if you have your own set of wheels, this is one of Cap Bon's most intriguing wild beaches. Wave-imprinted sand dunes b…
Beach in Kelibia

Plage de la Mansoura

Plage de la Mansoura's soft white sand tapers gently into blissfully clear-as-glass sea. This is Kelibia's favourite beach, and it gets packed at the weekends. If you'd prefer your strand secluded, walk north past t…
Fort in Kelibia

Fort de Kelibia

In use off and on since it was built by the Carthaginians in the 5th century BC, this strategically placed fort, the largest preserved in Tunisia, dominates a 77m-high hilltop. There's not much to see inside, but th…
Beach in Kelibia

Petit Paris

Around the coast from Plage de la Mansoura, Petit Paris is a smaller beach but still clean and loved by locals. A number of restaurants vie for space a few metres back, so there's no need to pack a picnic for someth…
Beach in Kelibia

Al Fatha

Surrounded by villas for hire, Al Fatha beach feels like a hidden-away private residential cove, at least until the weekend when the whole neighbourhood and beyond descend to stake out their personal patch on the sa…