With 60 kilometres of
white sand beachesand the best diving sites, Sharm El Sheikh is known as the ‘Egyptian Riviera’.
The resort is located on the Sinai Peninsula and currently is Egypt’s most popular holiday resort.
You can spoil yourself with designer shopping
and there’s a newly built, big shopping centre in Na'ama Bay. However, if you are looking for a real bargain, visit Sharm el Sheikh's Old Market.
Na'ama Bay is the main centre for entertainment to suit all tastes and ages. There are hundreds of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and shops to choose from
. Many of them (even some shops) are open until early hours.
For a more traditional night out, head to The Old Town. You will be amazed by the countless narrow back streets and crowded alleyways. You will be able to mingle with locals, sample some exotic seafood and delicacies, and is well worth a visit.