the old market
The Old Market is considered one of the most important landmarks and attractions in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh. It includes many shops dedicated to selling souvenir items, from gifts, local and traditional handicrafts, to stores selling swimming and diving, in addition to To restaurants, cafes that offer delicious food and drinks, knowing that visitors and tourists can roam the market and enjoy the wonderful shopping atmosphere.
Head or master
Ras Um Sid (English: Ras Um Sid) is located on the opposite side of the Royal Paradise Hotel, and it is a diving site that is one of the most important diving sites in the region. It is characterized by the presence of different types of coral reef fish, knowing that it is possible for fans of diving and exploring underwater Going to the site at a depth of 15-40 m, and seeing the wonderful views of the coral reefs.
Lake Crystal Lagoon
Crystal Lagoon Lake is an industrial lake with an area of about 120,774 square meters, and thus is considered the largest crystal crystal artificial lake of salt water in the world, and is characterized by its environmentally friendly design, as it contributes to desalination of water for community use, and is characterized by its scenic views , And its magnificent white sandy beach.Read:Information about Amirgan Park Arrival: the most beautiful entertainment venues in Istanbul
Zestel Gorm ship
The Zestel Gorm is a British cargo ship that was sunk on its way to Alexandria in Egypt during World War II, where it was heading to provide supplies to the British army, and the wreckage settled near Sharm El Sheikh on the sea floor at a depth of 17 to – 30 pm, noting that the wreckage is represented by a group of vehicles and military equipment, including weapons, motorcycles, and jeeps.Read:Tourist Island of Hawaii
The Companions Mosque
The Sahaba Mosque is considered one of the most important religious monuments in Sharm El Sheikh, and one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. It is distinguished by its architectural design that combines the Ottoman, Mamluk, and Fatimid style.