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City Stars Sharm El Sheikh
The City Stars Resort has the largest swimming pool in the world, which is a man-made lake, created in the Red Sea by the Chili Lagoons Corp in Chile at a cost of $ 5.5 million, and this lake is the hub of the City Stars Resort Sharm El Sheikh, Moreover, this lake is distinguished as being the first lake in which water will be desalinated.
the old market
The old market is considered one of the most beautiful places to visit in Sharm El Sheikh. It includes many cafes and restaurants that offer drinks and delicious food. This also includes many shops that sell souvenirs, antiques, local handicrafts, swimming and diving tools.
Ras Mohamed National Park
With an area of about 480 square kilometers, this nature reserve is located on the southern end of Sinai, and is considered a wonderful tourist destination in Sharm El Sheikh, because it contains diving and snorkelling sites, 1,000 species of fish, 150 types of crustaceans of various types, and a group of turtles, this It also contains deserts and clean white sand beaches.
Naama Bay is considered one of the most important tourist places that can be visited in Sharm El Sheikh, as it achieves the perfect balance that combines relaxation and enjoyment through spending a relaxing day on the beach, working sunbathing, or other activities, and this bay is located in the center of Sharm El Sheikh Resort, Surrounded by a white sand beach and palm trees, it has many cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops.
Other tourist places in Sharm El Sheikh
There are many places and landmarks that can be visited and enjoyed in Sharm El Sheikh, the most important of which are the following:
- Yolanda Reef: Yolanda Reef is located in Ras Mohamed Reserve, one of the most popular diving sites in the northern part of the Red Sea, and divers come to it to explore the remains of the Yolande, a Cypriot cargo ship that crashed in 1980 AD.
- Ras Umm Sid Beach: It is one of the best beaches in Sharm El Sheikh, it is located at the southern end of the city, and is an ideal place for diving for the first time, and is used as a site for diving experience by many local divers.
- St. Catherine’s Monastery: It is the highest historical destination in the Sinai Peninsula, and is considered one of the oldest monasteries in the world, and history lovers can arrange a daily trip to the monastery, and the summit of Mount Sinai.
- Shark’s Bay: It contains many distinctive resorts and five-star hotels, in addition to containing shops, restaurants and luxury cafes.