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Located on a peninsula in eastern Egypt, this region is home to some of the country's best beach resorts. Sharm el Sheikh holidays provide beautiful settings by the Red Sea with towns filled with tourist facilities and attractions.
The success of the tourism trade in this area is no surprise as the sun, sea and sand combination is taken to a new level. Spectacular summer temperatures shine down onto beautiful beaches based right by the Red Sea.
Sharm el Sheikh lies on a peninsula which is formed by the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba on either side. Naama Bay, Sharks Bay and Nabq Bay all face out onto the Aqaba gulf facing east.
This region is famous for its scuba diving opportunities amongst coral reefs and sunken shipwrecks. Mount Sinai is found inland for culture vultures to explore. Many people choose Sharm el Sheikh holidays for the fantastic and vibrant nightlife which has been created for tourists.
The nightlife heavyweight of Sharm el Sheikh, Naama Bay is a powerhouse at night but perfectly peaceful during the day if you need it to be.
With the majority of hotel complexes found along the beach, you can stay in a perfect position to enjoy the sands and the warm waters of the Red Sea. Many people choose Naama Bay for the fantastic snorkelling and scuba opportunities found off the coast.
There are brilliant markets and shopping facilities here where you're bound to find the ideal souvenir. This all-encompassing tourist resort has all the expected features of the ideal sunshine getaway.
This coastal resort has a terrific collection of shops, bars and restaurants which are there for the sole purpose of giving tourists a great holiday. As well as the commercial side, there is a beautiful beach space found within the Nabq National Park.
Nabq's beach is unique in that it features a kilometre long area where the water only reaches ankle height before dropping off suddenly into the Red Sea.
Back in the town there are new shopping facilities to explore while restaurants turned bars like Hard Rock Café and Bar One provide great food before hosting entertaining nights.
A holiday resort most famous for its snorkelling opportunities by the beaches. Families can scan the coral reefs from just below the surface while serious scuba divers delve deeper to see the natural surroundings and even a sunken naval ship.
Sharks Bay is a family friendly resort with some terrific beachside hotels to choose from. Nearby is the tourism centre of SOHO Square where there is a full shopping centre and venues that create a vibrant nightlife.
Sharks Bay is often seen as one of the more fun Sharm el Sheikh resorts as it provides activities and adventures that the little ones will enjoy as much as the parents.
Summer temperatures soar in this part of the world with average highs reaching 37C during July and August. While this can be challengingly hot, the nightlife is at its most vibrant at this time.
The temperatures are known to reach at least 20C even during the coldest months of the year. If you don't want to contend with the hottest climate then many visitors choose holidays in Sharm el Sheikh in spring and autumn.
The three hour journey from your resort will be worth it once you reach this fascinating region. A barren landscape is home to the ancient walls of Saint Catherine monastery which sits by Mount Sinai. The mountain is also said to be where Moses received the 10 Commandments from God.
A favourite for families, this established name provides delicious food through the day and into the evening before talented musicians perform later on. After a certain point the drinks start flowing and it becomes a great place to party just for the grownups.
It seems greedy that Sharm el Sheikh is home to not one, not two but three world class diving sites. With two tragically beautiful shipwrecks to weave in and out of and the Ras Mohammed Marina National Park, divers will find spectacular locations hidden beneath the Red Sea.
This family attraction is found south of Naama Bay and features an array of slides and pools for all ages to enjoy. Small children are not allowed on the bigger rides but there are play areas specifically for the kids to call their own.
Fly to Cairo for the day and see the city in style! Visit the famous Pyramids at Giza and the Giant Sphinx before heading to the market for some serious haggling.
Take a flight to Luxor for the day and explore the temples, tombs and monuments that this fascinating city has on show. Enjoy lunch by the Nile or take a felluca ride along the famous waters.
Another resort known for its scuba diving, and also for its great shopping. Enjoy a meal at a cafe by the sea with stunning views over to Saudi Arabia, especially beautiful at sunset as the land turns to glowing shades of crimson.