Sharm El Sheik Uncovered

If you’re devoid of inspiration when it comes to selecting your holiday destination this year, and you’re looking for something a little bit different, Sharm El Sheikh, situated on the southern tip of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, could be the answer to your vacation conundrum.

With year-round sun, and winter temperatures still often exceeding 25° C, Sharm El Sheikh is the perfect place to top up your tan this year. And with accommodation suited to every preference and budget, holidays to Sharm El Sheikh certainly cost a lot less than you might imagine.

The perfect place to relax

Located just twenty minutes from Sharm El Sheikh Airport, the sweeping, white beaches of Sharm are the perfect place to unwind and escape the stresses of everyday life. Indeed, throwing on your Ray-Ban glasses and reading a good book, sipping cocktails and dozing in the hot, Egyptian sun is the perfect way to begin any holiday.

Once you’ve had a little time to decompress, and you begin to crave something a little more exciting – that’s when Sharm El Sheikh really begins to come into its own.

 In search of adrenaline

Sharm El Sheikh’s beachside location, blazing sun and crystal clear waters, make it the perfect holiday destination for thrill seekers. Holidaymakers can try almost any water sport imaginable, from jet skiing and waterskiing, right through to parasailing.

If, however, you prefer dry land, Sharm El Sheikh continues to exceed expectations, providing guests with the opportunity to explore the Sharm desert on horseback or camel, while those who crave speed can enjoy thrashing around on quad bikes and in dune buggies.

 Underwater adventure

If Sharm El Sheikh has already succeeded in surprising you, its underwater scenery will take your breath away.

Sharm El Sheikh is a true diver’s paradise, attracting divers from all over the world. And with over 250 coral reefs and more than 1,000 species of fish, it’s not hard to see why.

The high visibility of the water surrounding Sharm El Sheikh offers superb diving conditions, and organised trips to the dive sites of Na’ama Bay, Ras Um Sid Cliff, and Sharm El Maya are some of the most competitively priced that you’ll find anywhere in the world.

A dive in the Red Sea will see you swimming with sharks, turtles and blue spotted stingrays; while more advanced divers can sample the delights of the Thistlegorm – voted one of the world’s top 10 wreck dives.

 Nightlife

After a long day of diving or some arduous relaxation in the sun, it’s time to find a bite to eat and enjoy a couple of cocktails.

Split into three distinctive areas, Na’ama Bay, Ras Um Sid Cliff, and Sharm El Maya, Sharm El Sheikh has a nightlife suited to every taste.

Sharm El Maya is the perfect choice for those looking for a romantic backdrop against which to dine on traditional Egyptian or international cuisine, while enjoying a bottle of wine. The more adventurous among you may decide to sample the lively nightlife of Na’ama Bay, where you can enjoy a lot more than a few quiet drinks.

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