The miraculous Sharm El-Arab Beach is approximately 32-kilometres to the south of Hurghada. Wander down the steps leading to this lovely bay and you will find a curved stretch of fine, soft sand, as well as clear, blue waters with great coral reefs.
On the beach, there are sunbeds and umbrellas and a bar serving snacks, various hot drinks and soft drinks, plus local beers and beverages. The bar here offers a lovely terraced area with tables and chairs laid out for you to use, or you can take your food back to your sun lounger (if you prefer). Holidaymakers can also have a relaxing massage or maybe join one of the exciting belly-dancing classes held on the beach.
Snorkelling is a favourite pastime for visitors to Sharm El-Arab; you can hire equipment and life jackets if you don’t have your own, and there is a dive-centre situated on the beach, too. So, why not join them and explore the beautiful underwater world of corals, turtles, snails, barracudas, shortnose batfish and the beautiful, turquoise doctorfish?