Téboulba is a coastal city of the Tunisian Sahel located 25 kilometers south of Monastir.
Connected administratively to the governorate of Monastir, it constitutes a municipality of 31 154 inhabitants in 2004.
It is a marketing center for the agricultural products of its countryside which benefits from a large irrigualised perimeter by the wadi Nebhana. There are greenhouses in the communal area where horticulture and a culture of primeurs are practiced for which the city occupies the first rank in Tunisia.
Téboulba hosts an important fishing port (fourth rank of Tunisia by volume disembarked).
The industry has been firmly established there since the 1980s thanks to local capital. Factories and workshops, mainly related to the textile industry, are located in the south-west of the city along the road leading to Moknine.