Sharm el Sheikh is situated in the southern Sinai Peninsula, southern Gulf of Aqaba, is famous for its rich variety of corals and marine world. Desert, Mount Sinai, Mount Moses and St. Catherine's monastery also offers unforgettable experiences. Sharm El Sheikh tourist paradise has recently been discovered by divers into a luxury resort with numerous restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.
Nabq Bay is a resort located in Sharm el-Sheikh, north of Naama Bay resort and although it is under development, it has very good hotels.
Naama Bay is a natural bay of Sharm El Sheikh resort, considered to be the main hub for demonstrations in the city, then it is famous for cafes, restaurants, hotels and bazaars for sale.
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.