Nabeul (Arabic: نابل, Tunisian pronunciation: [ˈnɛːbɪl]; French: [naˈbøl]) is a coastal town in northeastern Tunisia, on the south coast near to the Cap Bon peninsula. It is located at around 36°27′N 10°44′E / 36.450°N 10.733°E and is the capital of the Nabeul Governorate. The city has a population of 73,128 (2014 census).
Nabeul was founded in the 5th century BC by the Greeks of Cyrene, serving as a trade port. Its name is an Arabised form of the Greek Neapolis 'new city' (an etymology it shares with Naples, Neapoli, and Nablus).
It is a popular tourist destination and the main centre of the Tunisian pottery industry.