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Beaches, Egypt

As well as the incredible monuments and ancient temples, there are a wide selection of surreal beaches that surround Egypt’s aqua blue waters. Egypt’s coasts are magical; with clear and calming waters, scenic sights of ornate resorts and ancient buildings that can be seen in the distance as you lay back on your sun lounger. Makadi Bay Beach is a tourist hot spot, located between the peaceful desert and the enchanting Red Sea Mountains.

El Quseir

Al Quseir used to be known as the White Harbour and has a long history as one of the major ports of the Red Sea.

Today, it is a quiet resort with beautiful sandy beaches, clear waters and coral reefs which make it an ideal place for diving and snorkelling. The coast is lined with mangrove swamps and unspoiled bays and coves.

Al Quseir is not just a seaside resort it has some historical buildings, built in classic British and French designs and its narrow streets are lined with colourful bazaars with a definite Bedouin character. It is lovely to stroll through these old streets, backed by the battered ramparts of its Ottoman fortress and speckled with the domed tombs of various holy men who died on the way to or from Mecca and get a real sense of what life was like before tourism took over.

Fjord in Taba

The Fjord in Taba lies about 15 kilometres south of Taba along the coastal route from Nuweiba which has the Sinai Mountains on one side and the Red Sea on the other and beautiful views all the way.

This amazing beach has clear, turquoise-blue, crystal waters, colourful, dazzling coral reefs and a remarkable marine life making it especially popular with snorkelers and divers. You only need to go a few metres from the shore to see the likes of sea horses and frogfish. Tourism has blossomed here since the opening of its International Airport and now many people come to take advantage of the all-year-round mild weather.

As well as the magnificent beach, Taba has wonderful geological formations, such as caves, valleys, and many natural springs. The 12th century, well preserved, fortress of Saladin on Pharaoh’s Island is also well worth a visit.


Mahmaya Island is a small island in Egypt about 45 minutes from Hurghada by boat. It’s a popular day trip destination for people staying in Hurghada as you can spend all day on this beautiful beach. You’re allocated an area depending on the boat you arrived on to make sure no one goes home on the wrong boat.

The beautiful sandy beach has straw huts so that you can relax under the shade, have a snooze, read a book or just people-watch. The sea is ideal for swimming and snorkelling as the water is clear and calm with beautiful, colourful, coral and lots of fish.

There are bars and cafes serving drinks, seafood and Italian meals and a large inflatable with a trampoline in the middle of it for the children to play on. Something for everyone.

Makadi Bay

On the western coast of the Red Sea between Safaga and Hurghada, Makadi Bay lies quietly between tranquil desert sand dunes and the Red Sea Mountains. With its long stunning stretches of palm-fringed, gently sloping white sand, crystal-clear, shallow waters, and inshore reefs that are home to superb marine life, this peaceful and serene bay, is ideal for lovers of snorkelling and diving.

The water temperature in Makadi Bay can reach 29-30 °C in the summer months (July-August), the water is the coldest in December and January (20-21 °C), which of course is still warm and therefore makes it an all year-round popular destination.

The resort is the ideal base for sailing and diving excursions, with a vibrant waterfront filled with quality hotel resorts looking out across the bay plus an 18-hole golf course, there is something for everyone here.

Marsa Nayzak

Marsa Nayzak is a natural pool beach that is believed to have been shaped by a meteorite, hitting the coast and is located approximately 10 kilometres south of Marsa Alam, 20 minutes from Port Ghalib. The pool, several meters in diameter, is shaped like an eye filled with the turquoise blue waters of the Red Sea. The pool is around 8-10 meters depth.

The beach is ideal if you want to escape the busy tourist areas and just enjoy the beauty and nature all around you. It is one of the most scenic and peaceful areas along the Red Sea and has become a popular summer beach choice for those that like to go somewhere a little different.

The Marsa Nayzak pool beach is ideal for those who want to practice their diving skills as it’s free from any sea currents, making it a safe place for less experienced divers.

Naama Bay

Naama Bay is a natural bay, privately owned by hotels, in Sharm El Sheikh resort and is considered the main hub for tourists in the city. Although each hotel has their own private stretch of beach you can walk along the shoreline as far as you want in Naama Bay and go swimming or snorkelling wherever you choose.

The gently shelving, golden beaches and the beautiful, blue, crystal-clear water make it a popular choice for families with children and for those that like to dive and snorkel. The resort has a lively atmosphere with a vast choice of restaurants, bars, cafes, bazaars and shops along with the many and varied nightclubs for when the sun goes down.

Whether you are looking for a place to relax and unwind or somewhere to live it up (or a bit of both) this is an ideal location to choose.


Nuweiba is a seaside town in the eastern part of the Sinai Peninsula, located on the coast of the Gulf of Aqaba.

The major activities here are diving, snorkelling safari trips. However, if it’s just a relaxing, lazy beach holiday you are looking for you can certainly find it on Nuweiba beautiful sandy shores.

The Southern end of the area has lovely sand dunes and a paved path takes you along the beachfront to various campsites as well as diving centres. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional diver or a beginner, you will always find a diving spot that suits you in Nuweiba.

For experienced divers, there is Ras Shitan (Devil’s Head) to dive off. Here you will see underwater canyons, caves, plateaus, hard corals, well-preserved landscapes, puffer fish and gorgeous anemones in every colour you can imagine.

Ras Mohammed

Ras Mohammad, Sharm El Sheikh, is the most famous National Park in Egypt, located between the rich coral reefs of the Red Sea and the inland desert of the Sinai, it covers the coral headland at the southernmost tip of Sinai.

Surrounded by fringing coral reefs that appeared after a change in the coastline 70,000 years ago, the park has many vertical overhangs at least 100m deep. Due to its wonderful location and the combination of waters of differing saltiness from each gulf, there is now a spectacular array of reef and aquatic fish and diverse coral reefs, teeming with life including a diversity of vertebrate and invertebrate species, ideal for some unforgettable Red Sea scuba diving on the Sinai Peninsula.

Diving is allowed in designated areas only and visitors must leave the park by sunset

Soma Bay

Soma Bay is just 45 minutes from Hurghada airport and 2 hours from Luxor, making it the perfect place to soak up some all-year-round sunshine or even to use as a base when touring Egypt’s historic sites.

Surrounded on all sides by the sea, the bay can only be accessed via a 7-kilometre, private road through a single controlled entry gate. The peninsula has 5 hotels, many diving spots, a kite-surfing club, a marina, a championship golf course, and features one of the world’s largest sea-water spas.

There is no question that the Bay is a beautiful place for a holiday resort, with its sandy beach, beautiful, clear blue and calm bay waters and stunning natural coral reef making it a perfect choice for divers and snorkelers as well as those that just want a relaxing, lazy sun-filled holiday


Taba is a small Egyptian town near the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba and is the location of Egypt’s busiest border crossing with neighbouring Eilat, Israel.

The beaches in Taba are soft and sandy, the water calm and clear and although, many of the beaches are located in front of the hotels and are busy and lively, there are also plenty of places you can find secluded, peaceful, quiet spots in little bays and coves nearby.

Spending your days on the beach or perhaps riding camels in the golden desert, enjoying delicious food at high quality local restaurants tasting the day’s fresh catches from the sea, before dancing the night away at a club, relaxing at a quiet bar or playing some games at a casino are just some of the few options offered at Taba.