Korbous

On the lesser-known west coast, the bubbling underwater springs of Korbous, on the craggy slopes of Jebel Korbous, gush into the sea. Famous since Roman times as Aquae Calidau Carpitanae, and heavily developed by the French, Korbous remains popular with weekending Tunisians seeking curative respite from the mineral-rich thermal waters and hot muds.

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