This is a fascinating Punic era city thought to have been abandoned before the Romans arrived.It is a little bit out of the way and there are minimal description signs around the site so you need a guide or a guidebook to understand it all.The planned layout of the town is excellent and the facilities in the houses are brilliant to behold. There is also clearly much more to be uncovered as well.There is a small café/shop/toilets at the entrance.A fascinating place which I would recommend to anyone.
Nabul, a seaside city in Tunisia, the top of Africa, here is the Phoenician Ghekual site.
In front of 2500, 600 Phoenicians built the city here, and it was invaded by the Romans in 250 BC, but the Romans did not continue the city construction on the original site, and gave up what the Phoenicians thought was a tidal sea. It is an excellent military base surrounded by mountains on three sides, so it can become one of Tunisia's seven world heritage sites after more than two thousand years.
No matter why the Phoenicians chose here at that time, at least, when you open the door, you face the sea and spring flowers bloom.