Holidays to Sharm El Sheikh are all about white sands, pristine waters, lively resorts and good times.
Located on the Southern tip of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, the beaches are truly world class, with the clear Red Sea perfect for scuba diving and catching a look at the varied sea life within.
Due to the popularity of Sharm El Sheikh holidays, the destination has become a vibrant and bustling tourist hub. The streets are lined with cafes, restaurants and boutiques in the day and at night the resort comes alive with both locals and tourists happily mixing at the welcoming bars and nightclubs.
Sharm El Sheikh hotels come in all shapes and sizes and there is one to suit everybody, whether you’re a family looking for a quiet getaway or a young single seeking to fill your summer with some top class partying. It also means that holidays here can often be tailored to a range of budgets.
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Sharm El Sheikh is a sun seeker's paradise all year round. Here’s what the weather typically looks like at various times of the year:
While the comfort provided by the hotels may make it hard to leave in the morning, you’ll be glad you did when you see just what the beaches have to offer.
Resorts on the Red Sea are famous for their diving spots and Sharm El Sheikh is no different. From the beaches you can venture below the surface of the water and explore shipwrecks and coral reefs, as well as experience some beautiful marine life. Beginners can get involved too, as there are a number of reputable diving schools available to those on holiday.
There is also an array of water sports available in Sharm El Sheikh for anyone who doesn't want to get into a wetsuit. Windsurfing, sailing, kite surfing, water skiing, parasailing and even snorkelling are all popular on Sharm El Sheikh beaches.
No matter how amazing the beaches are, you can’t spend every second of your holiday there, even though you might like to.
When you finally tear yourself away, we recommend treating yourself to some retail therapy.
There are a number of boutiques and bazaars in Sharm El Sheikh that specialise in such things as leather goods, clothing, jeweller, furniture, shisha pipes and traditional Bedouin carpets.
The important thing is to remember to pack your bartering skills, as it is customary to haggle for everything here, which adds to the holiday shopping experience.
Recent years have seen an increase in the number of modern shops, bars, restaurants and even casinos in Sharm El Sheikh to cater to the increasing number of Western tourists.