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Sharm El-Shaikh

Sharm El Sheikh is located in the South Sinai Governorate and is the largest civilian city in it, with an area of ​​approximately 424 square kilometers, and a population of 10,000 people. It is one of the most famous tourist cities at the level of the Sinai and the world. The importance of Sharm El Sheikh is based on its strategic location at the head of the Red Sea that Branching from the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba, and is characterized by a strong infrastructure of facilities and services provided to tourists.

The most important tourist areas in Sharm El Sheikh

There are a number of tourist places in Sharm El Sheikh, which are a source of attraction for tourists, among the most important of these places:

Ne’ema bay

The Gulf is considered a village of Sharm El-Sheikh located in South Sinai. The Gulf is located at the meeting point of the two continents of Asia with the continent of Africa. It is a natural bay. The Gulf is characterized by the availability of a variety of complexes that contain markets and restaurants to serve the visitor in the region.

One Thousand and One Nights Park

The park is located on the hill of Umm El Sid, it is a tourist complex or a closed tourist village, its gate is distinguished by the bright colors that attract the tourist to it, a set of heritage and artistic shows is held inside the park, and it also includes a fountain dancing on music and horse shows.

Ras Mohamed Reserve

It is located in the area near the meeting point of the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba in Egypt, the eastern side of the reserve consists of a rock wall and Gulf waters that contain a different group of coral reefs, it is one of the natural reserves in the region, an area of ​​about 850 square kilometers, the reserve includes a water channel It is called the mangrove channel separated by this channel from Al Baira Island, it is characterized by the presence of coral beaches located in the depths of the water ocean, the colorful fish, it is home to many rare birds and animals, and the reserve is characterized by the presence of coral reefs that surround it in all directions

Tiran Island

Tiran Island is one of the Egyptian islands located in the Strait of Tiran, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. The island is located in the northern side of the Red Sea at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba. Al-Saliha Navigation is close to the Sinai coast, where all the navigation passes through the Jordanian port of Aqaba and the Israeli Eilat. Its strategic location is what made it control the international navigation in the Gulf of Aqaba.

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