Segermes is an ancient town in Tunisia, situated about 60 kilometres south of Carthage, at 36° 20′ 43″ N, 10° 18′ 03″ E.
Under the Roman Empire, the city belonged to the province of Byzacena.
Segermes became a bishopric. It is no longer a residential see, but is included in the Catholic Church's list of titular sees. as of 2007 the titular bishop of the see is Josef Clemens.
The names of some of the bishops of the see are known:Nicomedes (mentioned in 255)
Felix (mentioned in 411)
Restitutus (a Donatist mentioned in 411)
Restutus (mentioned in 484)
Felix (mentioned in 641)