Sharm El Sheikh holidays water park in the Red Sea
Holidays in Sharm Sheikh what to visit, how to get there, where to stay, best beaches, coral reef and excursions to do in the town of the Red Sea.
Travel Guide Sharm El Sheikh
Sharm El Sheikh is a popular tourist resort, located south in the Sinai Peninsula, on the Red Sea, with its beautiful sea bed and the rich coral reefs also a few meters deep. A protected area is the beautiful marine park Ras Mohammed National Park.
In addition to the strong tourist vocation, Sharm El Sheikh is also well known for the important international conferences.
The temperatures are often higher than 40°, although this was partly offset by the clarity of the sea water, which invites you to dive to a cooling bath. The inhabitants originate largely from other locations in Egypt and many work in the tourist facilities in the area. From the airport of Sharm El Sheikh are available flights to Cairo, Hurghada, Luxor and Alexandria.
Abroad there are regular flights from Italy, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, Russia and many other states. From Italy, the main airline that does this is is the company line with EgyptAir flights mainly from the airports of Rome and Milan.
In Sharm is also a port that has developed in tandem with the growing influx of tourists, arriving today to provide good services to many yachts, cruise ships and ferries regularly with destination Hurghada and Aqaba. For short trips on site services are available taxi for groups of people, through the use of vans, and offices to rent cars.
There are plenty of buses that provide regular scheduled service for travel in the medium and long range, practicing low prices despite the good comfort offered to passengers. Sharm el Sheikh is well known internationally for its beautiful beaches and coral reefs, ideal for to immerse yourself in the warm waters of the Red Sea, admiring the wonderful marine life that inhabit this sea , composed of various species of colorful fish.
In addition to diving, there are also other sports activities to practice, such as snorkeling, windsurfing and canoeing.
What to visit in Sharm El Sheik
The hinterland of Sharm offers interesting tours, including the evocative visit to St Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai, in a valley at the foot of Mount Moses, at a height of 1570 meters. This monastery was founded by the Emperor Justinian between 527 and 547 AD, including the Church of Santa Elena existing and enlarged several times in later periods.
Monks who are now living in the monastery, belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church, it is the oldest Christian monastery still in existence. Do not miss the night climb Mount Moses, at an altitude of 2286 m with expected arrival at dawn to enjoy a stunning panoramic view.