Over the last ten years the citizens of Hurghada have seen an amazing development. From desert sand has risen a town with more than 200 hotels, booming shopping promenades and vibrant nightlife. With ever growing number of tourist and perfect climate, this Red Sea Riviera has no off season. Hurghada has a special community where local habits and culture is presented next to resort lifestyle and behavior.
Resort Makadi Bay is renowned for luxury hotels all year round sunshine, golden beaches and crystal clear waters of the Red Sea ...
The number of hotels situated on high quality beach holidays are perfect for summer or winter to be priority number one.
Direct flights to Makadi Bay in Romania in just three hours, this little piece of paradise is closer than you think!
- There are plenty of activities for tourists, including shopping sessions and recreational program
- The center expects tourists with cafes and restaurants typical Egyptian
- Time zone: GMT corresponds
- Tap water is drinkable! We recommend that you not eat green salads, unpeeled fruit, drinks served with ice.
The resort has some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the Red Sea and panoramic views of desert mountains and blue sky.
Perfect for a golf vacation, Soma Bay has one of the most spectacular golf courses with 18 championship holes named "Cascades", designed by legendary golfer Gary Player. And for total rejuvenation, the resort features a world-renowned spa, Les Thermes Marins des Cascades, the largest Thalasso-therapy spa in the region.
Soma Bay is ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling higher, with some of the best sites the Red Sea, accompanied by a fully equipped diving center.
Sahl Hashees is a resort on the Red Sea, located 20 km from Hurghada, in a bay with crystal clear water and beaches with fine sand. It is a state dedicated to luxury hotels and apartments. This is a well-developed infrastructure with high-class services and is considered the most luxurious resort in the Middle East.
A self-contained town on the beautiful Red Sea coast, El Gouna offers an unrivaled lifestyle. Built on 10 km of beach, the town of 10,000 residents spreads across islands and lagoons. Boasting a superb infrastructure and excellent services, the destination is a short flight from Europe. At El Gouna sandy beaches and the ideal temperatures welcome visitors all year round.
Approximately 80 km northeast of Sharm el Sheikh lies the small town Dahab. Former a fishing village, the town is considered one of the most precious diving destinations in the area because of the famous place for diving: Blue Hole - a sort of underwater cave with a width of 50 m and a depth of 100 m.
Following the Six Day War, the town was occupied by Israel and is known in Hebrew as Di-Zahav, a place mentioned in the Bible as one of the stations for the Israelites during the Exodus from Egypt. The Sinai Peninsula was restored to Egyptian rule in the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty in 1982.
This port is also a tourist area that consists of several bungalows and rest houses, including the Safaga Hotel, with a capacity of 48 rooms (126 beds). Having numerous phosphate mines, it is considered phosphates export center. A paved road of 164 km (101 miles) connects Safaga to Qena Northern Egypt.
The port city was known since ancient and medieval times, the goods being brought into the valley of the Nile with camels.
Safaga is also famous for Claudianus Mons - a stone quarry. These fascinating ruins of a Roman settlement is in the desert between the Red Sea and the Nile.