Sharm El Sheikh is located on the Sinai Peninsula and is split into three main areas; Na’ama bay, Ras Um Sid Cliff and Sharm El Maya. Na’ama Bay is the hub of evening entertainment with many shops, bars and restaurants to choose from incorporating eastern influences with international flavours. Relax on one of the many private sections of white sandy beach provided by the beachfront hotels whilst watching the world go by. The area of Ras Um Sid Cliff joins Na’ama bay with Sharm El Maya and is in a picturesque, cliff top position so many hotel rooms will have fabulous views out over the crystal clear waters of Sharm El Sheikh whilst the pretty palm fringed resort Sharm El Maya oozes sophistication and class.
What to do in Sharm El Sheikh
Sharm El Sheikh offers holidaymakers of all ages a variety of entertainment throughout the day and evening including desert safaris, discos, nightclubs, casinos, golf courses, shopping and of course an abundance of water sports. World renowned for its breathtaking coral reefs and vibrant marine life Sharm El Sheikh entices divers from beginners to experienced to sample the underwater adventures that await them and catch a glimpse of the rare species of tropical fish that pass you by. Don’t fancy diving into the deep blue sea, then take time out to snorkel amongst the tropical waters just off the shore and capture the beauty of the world below. Don’t forget your waterproof camera, there are amazing pictures to take home.
With up to 11 hours of sunshine per day Sharm El Sheikh provides an fabulous escape all year round allowing you plenty of time to try out the wide range of activities on offer. A popular pastime is wandering round the many bazaars and having fun bartering for the many leather goods, which Egypt is renowned for. There is so much to do and see you’ll never be bored. End the prefect day by joining in the Egyptian themed nights. Everything you could ever want for your holiday has been added to the resort of Sharm El Sheikh.