There was once a small fishing village known as Sharm el Sheikh that has since grown into one of the biggest and most popular travel locations in Egypt. This particular spot is more than 20 miles in length and borders the Red Sea Coast on one side, with the National Marine Park at the other.
The resort can please everyone thanks to the Naama Bay area, the Old Town with genuine bazaars and souks, along with all the accommodations you could be looking for. Due to some strong winds here kite surfers and windsurfers love coming to Sharm el Sheikh.
Sharks Bay and Hadaba are the main budget locations if you want to stay there for cheap, with the hotels in Sharm offering facilities for those who want fitness or health centres like spas, gyms and more. Sharm el Sheikh has many sandy beaches, with over 20 miles of sea side available for tourists, along with crystal clear waters. Whether you want peaceful and relaxing beaches, a more activity filled bar area, or even full water activities and sports, there are things that will suit every taste.
Naama Bay is the main Sharm el Sheikh beach area and one of the liveliest beach in the country. This coastline in particular is split into private and public areas which are provided by the hotels along the beach line. Visitors can use all the areas provided by their particular hotel and they also allow non-guests to use them for a fee. There is also a promenade with restaurants, hotels, cafes, nightclubs and bars for all to enjoy. Some of the water sports available include kite surfing, wind surfing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, sailing, parasailing, banana boats and more.