Red Sea

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Hurghada Once a tiny fisher village, Hurghada now spans over 40 km of pristine coastline. Hurghada City has year-round sunshine, incredibly beautiful coral reefs and dozens of exciting attractions in a laid back, relaxed atmosphere. The clarity of the water and the endless opportunities for divers make Hurghada the center for leisure tourism in Egypt and a successful destination for divers and swimmers. Even though it's known as a top-three diving destination on the planet, it still has something for everyone, even the non-divers: beach fun, extreme water sports, clubbing and golfing are only some of the options you’ll have to choose from. You can also enjoy an amazingly relaxing holiday by booking a treatment or two at one of Hurghada's best Spas. 
The underwater world is just right off the beach with a rich fish life. The coral reefs can be discovered by joining one of the many boat expeditions out to the nearby islands. Giftun island that houses the famous "Mahmya" and "Paradise" is the largest, and lies about 10 km from Hurghada. The island has a heavenly beach with crystal clear water and a healthy and vibrant underwater life. 
Hurghada is a luxury resort town divided by Sigala, El-Dahar and El-Memsha. Sigala is where you’ll find many seaside resorts, mid-range hotels and plenty of restaurants. South of Sigala, you’ll find luxury resorts. El-Dahar is the older charming part of town with its bountiful bazaar. El Memsha, which means the village road, is the modern part of the city. There are numerous luxury locations nearby, visit Soma Bay, Makadi Bay, and Sahl el Hashish. Considered the capital of the Red Sea Riviera, Hurghada is south of Suez and 550 km from Cairo. You can reach Hurghada by ferry from Sharm-el-Sheikh, the road from Luxor and by the Hurghada International Airport.
The temperature is lovely all year round, with Hurghada’s dry desert climate you should expect large differences in the temperature between night and day, days are hot, while nights can get pretty cold especially during winter months. Temperature can reach highs of 18 C and lows of 42 C


El Gouna is a bit like an Egyptian Venice, conveniently located 25 kilometers north of Hurghada, El Gouna is only a four hour flight from Europe’s major capitals. The town is easily accessed from Europe via the nearby Hurghada International Airport and boasts a superb infrastructure and excellent services as well as natural beaches and year-round sunshine. A massive choice of things to do within the resort means you probably won’t leave it.

Makadi Bay is a desert and a mountain range. A new seaside resort developed around a picturesque bay on the Red Sea Riviera. A quieter option to neighboring Hurghada. Makadi Bay has beautiful, white sand beaches and crystal blue water a buzzing waterfront filled with quality hotel resorts gazing out across the bay.       
Moreover, The Bay is popular for its idyllic palm-fringed beaches, spectacular diving and an 18-hole golf course. The resort is the ideal base for sailing and diving excursions include trips to Giftun Island National Park, the Monasteries of St. Anthony and St. Paul or to the ancient town of Luxor, along the Nile River. In Makadi Bay, enjoy the beach, go camel or horseback riding and listen to live music at one of the many bars.

Marsa Allam is known for its virgin underwater life with healthy coral reefs and a variety of underwater wildlife such as dugongs and dolphins. Fortunately, in 2001, an airport has opened in Marsa Alam and ever since its opening this location has become a vital red sea destination for all diving enthusiasts with a little bit of both the desert and sea worlds.  Located between the desert and sea, the town offers all kinds of accommodations, ranging from upscale comfort establishments with complete top-notch amenities to Bedouin-inspired eco-lodges.
The dive sites in Marsa Alam are amongst the most important and most attractive in the Red Sea for all experienced divers. And for less experienced divers, Marsa Alam is a great relaxing spot where you get to enjoy nature at its finest.
The new Port Ghalib Marina at Marsa Alam added to the location a very exclusive standing, with its luxurious hotels, resorts and berthing space for about 1000 yachts. The newly built marina offers some of the best relaxation and entertainment options on the Red Sea coast, including gourmet restaurants and tantalizing Spas. Additionally the resort houses the International Convention Centre, the only multipurpose state-of-the-art centre of its size on the Red Sea. The centre offers a meeting space of 1,950 sq. m. that is capable of hosting all events from full scale conventions of 2,000 delegates to informal small size meetings.Marsa Alam is also a world-renowned kite surfing destination, and an ideal starting point for safaris and wilderness exploration. In ancient times, the surrounding mountains were mined for gold and emeralds - today you can visit some of these ancient mines. It is located 274 km south of Hurghada city. The pleasant climate makes it a great vacation spot, winter temperatures have been known to reach 31°C and in summer they lie between 20 and 35°C. The nearby National Parks of Gebel Elba and Wadi al Gimal are home to a stunning variety of birds and desert animals. Marsa Alam is also known as a therapeutic destination. So whether it is the beach, the desert, the reefs or a combination of sightseeing and activities you’re interested in, you’ll love Marsa Alam.

Port Ghalib being an 8 million m² landscape overlooking the red sea and featuring Port Ghalib International Marina, it definitely called for a perfect corniche and shopping area. All along the Port Ghalib peninsula a fascinating Corniche main road works perfectly for jogs, strolls, or relaxing walks. Along half a mile you can enjoy endless options for dining, entertainment and shopping venues and definitely a lively nightlife. Port Ghalib is a great base for different sporting types and the adventurous, there is a good diving center and plenty of aqua sports activities including windsurfing, parasailing and jet skiing. Fancy a ride in a submarine ? Families might enjoy a trip out over the reef in the seascope submarine. It's really just a deep hulled glass-bottomed boat plenty of colorful fish, beautiful coral and often turtles and dolphins. Port Ghalib is a great place to relax or enjoy shopping too.  

Qussier is an old Egyptian city lying along the Red Sea. Its ancient name was Leucus Limen. Qusseir has an unique position due to its proximity to the Nile River and known in Ptolemaic times as the White Harbor. Quseir was where Queen Hatshepsut set off from on an expedition to the mystical African land of Punt, as depicted in the reliefs in Deir el-Bahari temple at Luxor. Nowadays it is a quiet resort with sandy beaches, clear waters and coral reefs. The coast is lined with mangrove swamps and unspoiled bays and coves. Al Quseir is transformed into a luxuries tourist destination due to its sandy beaches and coral reefs which make it an idle place for diving and snorkeling. local officials are trying to ensure the city's heritage is kept safe. Old buildings built in the classic French and British styles, with large terraces and wooden balconies, need to be protected from being sold and demolished. An association has been set up to accomplish these goals, so that Al-Quseir can retain its wonderful old essence while emerging as a first rate tourist destination. there are many more equally interesting sites to be found in the immediate area, such as the mines at Bir Umm Fawakir, the rock pictures at Wadi Russumat, and the vast Roman settlement at Mons Claudianus.
                                                

Safaga Once a small port town , exporting its abundant phosphate to the rest of the world, Port Safaga has grown into a major touristic hot-spot on the Red Sea! And a world-famous water-sports destination lies about 65 Km south of Hurghada. Safaga enjoys an all-year-round pleasant climate, but the best times to visit Safaga are definitely the months from February to June and September to November, when temperatures range between 25 C and 30 C.
Safaga is an attractive and popular resort town known for water sports, relaxation and rejuvenation. Due to the therapeutic and curative powers of its mineral and saline rich springs and sea water Safaga has also become one of the most popular wellness destinations in the region. But Safaga stands synonymous for water sports. With its large beautiful bay, ideal wind conditions and calm water, is a favorite destination for windsurfers and kitesurfers. Divers enjoy the coral garden at Sha'ab Saiman and the great drop-offs at Panorama Reef, home to big game fish and stingrays. 
The town center has a souk, a local market or commercial quarter. The arcade is a collection of small shops, street vendors and kiosks selling pungent spices and fresh vgetables to handmade arts, crafts, rugs, jewelry, copper, brass. Almost every restaurant and café offers a wide variety of fresh seafood. Don't expect too much of a nightlife. Nightlife means a good meal at a local restaurant, a sunset and sometimes beach party organized by local divers and surfers.
Divers will also be tempted to come in the hotter months of summer, when water temperature reaches peaks of approximately 28 C. People come to Safaga from all around the world to enjoy the sun, the sea, and the exciting water activities on offer – which include diving the Abu Kafan Reef, the Panorama Reef, Ras Umm Hesiwa and Sharm El-Naga – but they also come for the curative properties of this paradisiacal Red Sea destination. Indeed, the black sand beaches, the town’s clean and healthy climate, and the highly saline waters of the Red Sea make Safaga a perfect holiday destination for those who suffer from diseases such as psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis. Safaga is said to be one of the best locations in the world for curing psoriasis. Book a wellness holiday at the Menaville Resort & Spa in Safaga to experience the curative properties of the town’s environment.    

Sahl Hasheesh is the authentic Red Sea escape offering guests and residents many options from fun-in-the-sun, water sports and a thriving nightlife to tranquility and peace. Sahl Hasheesh is the authentic Red Sea escape offering guests and residents many options from fun-in-the-sun, water sports and a thriving nightlife to tranquility and peace, 15 minutes from Hurghada International Airport. Within the resort's charming arabesque-style design, guests are spoilt for choice with a unique range of top-class amenities, hotels and residences. At the center of Sahl Hasheesh is the beautiful Old Town commercial district, which hosts many international and locally branded shops, cafes and restaurants. Old Town provides a beautiful seafront promenade with an exciting atmosphere day and night. Much more you can do here, you can go for  Diving, Golf, Spas, Shopping, Quad Biking, Dining, Horseback Riding and Water Sports.
 
Soma Bay one of the Red Sea’s most peaceful and luxurious holiday destination, celebrating the beauty and relaxation of the sea.  In addition to its variety of diverse luxury hotels, residential developments, and stylish marina, it is home to a world-famous spa and golf course and coveted diving and kitesurfing spots. You can enjoy the year-round sunshine, idyllic beaches, blue skies and refreshing sea waters of Somabay in your long weekends holidays only four hours flight from central Europe. Soma bay’s state-of-the-art, eco-friendly infrastructure assures fulfillment of the community’s requirements of electricity, potable water and sewage treatment are based on environmentally friendly technology and designed to ensure reliability of supply.

Red Sea Holidays a Superb Experience

Enjoy a perfect Red Sea diving holiday with daily dives to Ras Mohammed and Tiran. Discover the dazzling world under the sea on snorkeling and scuba diving excursions. Dive or snorkel amid some of the most unspoiled corals, encountering a breathtaking array of marine species. So Why not go on Egypt All Inclusive holidays and take the hassle out of planning a trip you are free to indulge yourself as much as you like without worrying about your holiday budget.

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