Nabeul is quite different to hammamet/sousse, its, how can i explain it, it does have a few hotels, some great beaches and the markets are tourist attractions, but its still "tunisian" if that makes sense?Whats Nabeul like? never been but am always trying to get him to take me there!!!
there are quite a few expats there, property is cheaper, we rented a 1 bed fully furnished flat that was FAR superior to the one we had in Hammamet for less money, and were about 1000 yards directly from the beach! could sit on the balcony and see the sea, not look at it from the roof as we did in hammamet lol
IF we were going back there, its certainly a place i would give great consideration to as a place to live.
Roulla has a place there, her hubby is from there originally, so certainly she is one to give you the ins and outs.
Its quieter than the main resorts, doesn't seem to ever have been in the UK brochures, has a 2 strey but smallish Carrefore, and all the admin centres for hammamet are in nabeul.
its "different" ~ and if you want all singing all dancing glitz, its not the right place, but if you want peace and quiet with everything at your fingertips, its pretty good!