Kélibia  

1.9 (7 ratings)

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User reviews (7 ratings)

Hospitality
| 2/5
Cleanliness
| 1.6/5
Services
| 1.7/5
Proximity of shops
| 2/5
Tourism
| 2/5
  • Annelies
    Annelies ~ 03/09/2020
    Blitz | Sailboat ~ 11 m

    We arrived at the end of the day. Nobody there, but after some time, customs and police friendly and helpful. They said that we had to contact the captain of the marine. Which was a very unfriendly man who shouted that sailboats or pleasure crafts are not welcome. And we had to leave. Police and customs were overruled by the man of the harbor. Unbelievable....Avoid.

    We arrived at the end of the day. Nobody there, but after some time, customs and police friendly and helpful. They said that we had to contact the captain of the marine. Which was a very unfriendly man who shouted that sailboats or pleasure crafts are not welcome. And we had to leave. Police and customs were overruled by the man of the harbor. Unbelievable....Avoid.

  • Jesus ~ 17/09/2019
    ebora magna | Sailboat ~ 14.73 m

    We arrived from Pantelleria in the afternoon. No one answers on the channel. Finally, after 20 minutes circling in the port, a border police and another customs officer indicate that we are covered by a small sailboat of 9 meters. You have to jump two boats to step on land. No problem with the customs people, but an odyssey with the national guard and the border police that does not let a Tunisian friend who came to meet us and who was going to sail to Hammamet come with us. He had to stay on the ground, and when we left for Hammamet a national guard boat left our way about 3 hours after our departure, to make sure that Tunisian was not coming. Upon arrival in Hammamet the same harassment of the national guard, to verify that the Tunisian friend did not come on board. I think our mistake was to enter Tunisia through this dirty port, full of flies, full of drifting plastic bottles ... In Sidi Bou Said everything was correct and polite, in Kelibia frankly unpleasant. I do not recommend entering Tunisia through Kelibia. On the other hand, there were no usual power outlets, the existing one was "owned by the national guard" and refused to connect to "your" electricity. The collector / responsible washes his hands. Anyway, everything was pathetic.

    Llegamos desde Pantelleria por la tarde. Nadie contesta en el canal. Finalmente, después de 20 minutos haciendo círculos en el puerto, un policía de fronteras y otro de aduanas nos indican que nos abarloados a un pequeño velero de 9 metros. Hay que saltar dos barcos para pisar tierra. Ningún problema con la gente de aduanas, pero una odisea con la guardia nacional y la policía de fronteras que no deja venir con nosotros a un amigo tunecino que vino a recibirnos y que iba a navegar hasta Hammamet. Tuvo que quedarse en tierra, y cuando salimos hacía Hammamet una lancha de la guardia nacional salió a nuestro paso a unas 3 horas de nuestra salida, para cerciorarse que no venía el tunecino. A la llegada a Hammamet el mismo acoso de la guardia nacional, para comprobar que el amigo tunecino no venía a bordo. Creo que nuestro error fue entrar en Túnez por este puerto sucio, plagado de moscas, lleno de botellas de plástico a la deriva...En Sidi Bou Said todo fue correcto y educado, en Kelibia francamente desagradable. No recomiendo entrar en Túnez por Kelibia. Por otro lado, no había tomas de electricidad habituales, la existente era “propiedad de la guardia nacional” y se negó a que conectamos a “su” electricidad. El cobrador/responsable se lava las manos. En fin, todo fue patético.

  • Hervé
    Hervé ~ 30/08/2019
    STERWEN | Sailboat ~ 12.75 m

    Port "entry / exit" of Tunisia. For the entry formalities the Border Police comes with the customs and returns your passports with the stamp (to count one hour minimum) To leave, first go to the port office (at the entrance) to pay (DT 36 for 12 tons) then retrieve the Border Police and Customs manifests at the PDF, then switch to the National Guard for post your departure .... To "dock" it is always complicated for a boat of 13 m because already full of small motor boats and leave at night! Better stay on board! It is a transition port, the city is 2 km away and if you have the chance to find a taxi, it is 0.8 DT per person transported. City very animated around 18h and you find there an atmosphere very typical of the Maghreb.

    Port « entrée/sortie » de la Tunisie. Pour les formalités d’entrée la Police des frontières vient accompagnée de la douane et vous rend vos passeports avec le tampon ( compter une heure minimum) Pour partir, d’abord passer au bureau du port (à l’entrée) pour payer (36 DT pour 12 tonneaux) puis récupérer les manifestes de la Police des frontières et de la douane à la PDF, puis passer à la garde nationale pour signaler votre départ.... Pour se « mettre à quai » c’est toujours compliqué pour un bateau de 13 m car déjà plein de petits bateaux à moteur et qui partent la nuit ! Mieux vaut rester à bord! C’est un port de transition, la ville est à 2 km et si vous avez la chance de trouver un taxi, c’est 0,8 DT par personne transportée. Ville très animée vers 18h et vous y trouvez une atmosphère très typique du Maghreb.

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