A popular tourist destination, it is best known for its traditional souk (market) and the Aghlabid fortress.
Warning: you must check-in even if you have already been cleared into the Tunisia.
There is a strong current from east to west at the entrance of the harbour especially at high tides. Furthermore, some of the buoys marking the canal are not lit. It is advisable to anchor on west side of the harbour and wait for daylight to enter.
Moor: alongside on the East quay
100 berths; max LOA: 20 m; max draught: 3.0 meters.
Tel: +(216) 75 652 211 ; Fax: +(216) 75 650 587 VHF Ch 16
Anchor: on west side of the harbour.
Ashore: water, electricity, toilets near the captaincy, fuel station, restaurant and provisions. Market on Sunday afternoon and Thursday morning about 500 m from the port (turn left when leaving the port). The city centre is about 2 km away (taxi at the exit of the port). and has everything, shops, butchers, bakeries, pharmacies, banks etc ... 10 minutes away from the airport.