Located on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula Sharm el-Sheikh is Egypt’s most popular diving destination and busy holidaymaker hotspot. The Sinai Peninsula is a desert mountain range that provides a picture-perfect backdrop to the sparkling seas and stunning beaches. This resort area pulses, it’s certainly not the place to go for peace and quiet. It is the place to go if you want the quintessential beach holiday with all the activities and fun things to do that come with it.
Sharm el-Sheikh sprawl has distinct areas. Na’ama Bay is the bustling home of nightlife, dining and shopping. Nabq is the newer area of town. The Old Market area is a little over 20 years old and is home to shopping and a marina. Sharks Bay is more laid back and authentic.
Arrange a one or two-day trips to the Dead Sea and the ancient city of Petra in Jordan.
Sharm el-Sheikh Airport is just 20 minutes outside of town. It has plenty of flights arriving from around the world daily.
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