Cape Bon from space (false color)
|Location||Nabeul Governorate, Tunisia|
Cape Bon (French: Cap Bon, "Good Cape") may refer to either
- a peninsula in far northeastern Tunisia, also known as Watan el-Kibli (Arabic: الرأس الطيب),, Sharīk Peninsula, or Raʾs aṭ-Ṭīb 
- the northernmost point on the peninsula, also known as Ras ed-Dar.
The peninsula is administered as the country's Nabeul Governorate.
Settlements on the peninsula include Nabeul, El Haouaria, Kelibia, Menzel Temime, Korba, and Beni Khalled. Rivers include the Melah and Chiba wadis. Mountains include Kef Bou Krim (237 m or 778 ft), Kef er-Rend (637 m or 2,090 ft), Djebel Sidi Abd er-Rahmane (602 m or 1,975 ft), Djebel Hofra (421 m or 1,381 ft), and Djebel Reba el-Aine (328 m or 1,076 ft). Besides Cape Bon, other headlands on the peninsula are Ras Dourdas and Ras el-Fortass on the northern shore, Ras el-Melah on the short eastern shore, and Ras Mostefa and Ras Maamoura on the southern shore.
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