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  • Sharm El Sheikh
  • Dahab
  • Nuweiba
  • Taba
  • Hurghada
  • El Gouna
  • Safaga
  • El Quseir
  • Marsa Alam

Nuweiba

Previously a small fishermen village and today home of the ferry-boats moving between Jordan and Egypt, Nuweiba is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and it is an exciting place for under- and above water sports. The visitor will see both, the imposing mountains of South Sinai and the green oases along palm-fringed beaches.

 

Hurghada

Most famous beach resort of Egypt offers tens of thousands of beds in hotels, resorts, inns, pensions and boarding houses and gives home to approximately 100.000 inhabitants most of them working in the service related industry. Approximately 3 hours of Luxor, 4 to 5 hours flight from most European airports, 50 min. flight out of Cairo today Hurghada is a worldwide admired summer and winter destination preferred by vacationers who'd like to experience swimming, surfing, diving, fishing and relaxing. The express-ferry-boat connecting the harbors of Hurghada with Sharm El Sheikh in 90 minutes and the International Airport running a 24-hour service ready to receive any size of aircraft gives the area all the privileges for constant growth.

Makadi Bay is located ca. 33 km / 23 miles south of Hurghada airport. The Bay features several hotels of 4* and 5* category, stretched along the sandy, soft sloping beaches in front of a vast reef, the ideal spot for snorkelers, divers and families.

The Bays of Soma and Abou Soma are just a bit more south of Makadi, about 12 to 15 km (8 to 11 miles) north of Safaga. Elegant hotels and resorts are located here; furthermore one of the most well known Thalassic Centers in Egypt in addition to the Cascades Golf Resort designed by the famous 'Gary Player', a landmark of the region.

 

El Gouna

(30 km / 20 miles) north of Hurghada was established in the beginning of the 90ies along beautiful manmade lagoons and lakes within lush gardens. Today, the area features hotels of various categories, meeting the needs of divers, surfers, the young of age and young at heart and especially the families due to the concept of each of the fine resorts, (boutique) hotels, inns and pensions. Gouna is the heart of the area, a small Oriental-styled village with restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment facilities. 20 years ago Hurghada, a village close to a tiny runway receiving irregular flights for military use and oil-industry-workers, gave home to a few fishermen and their families. Today the worldwide

 

Safaga

A 50 min. drive south of Hurghada one finds the village and port of Safaga (55 to 60 km / 37 to 40 miles). The hotel zone is built along the vast and sandy beaches, the ideal spot for surfers (4 to 7 BFT) and families. A short boat ride will bring the diver to the coral reefs in close distance. The village of Port Safaga invites for some shopping and a rest in one of the several 'Kahwas' serving the traditional shisha-waterpipe. Safaga is furthermore famous for its sand and minerals helping in curing rheumatism and some skin diseases.

 

El Quseir

125 km / 85 miles south of Hurghada and about 5 to 7 km (3 to 5 miles) north of the little city of ancient origin named El Quseir, the last 10 years have witnessed an increasing number of fine hotels and resorts meeting the needs of the divers and snorkelers.

 

Marsa Alam

Divers paradise at the Red Sea-. The small city is located around 250 km (170 miles) south of Hurghada. The 'own airport' (RMF) was opened in late 2003, receiving charter flights from several European countries. Most of the hotels and resorts are located directly at the shores in distance of up to 70 km / 48 miles to the city and/or the airport. As of fall 2004 Spring Tours is running an office here as well.

 
 
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