In Sharm El-Sheikh bask in the beauty of the sun, sea and sand. Enjoy the luxury of five-star hotels, water sports, shopping and entertainment. All around are Bedouins, colourful tents, mountains and sea. Choose from a range of activities: diving, snorkelling, windsurfing and other water sports, horse and camel riding and desert safaris. Na'ama Beach is a favourite among tourists.. Most hotels at Na'ama Bay have private beaches. The small harbour Sharm el-Moiya, located next to the civil harbour, has accommodation for boats and includes a Yacht Club with rooms. For shopoholics, the Sharm El-Sheikh mall has shops with both foreign and local products, including jewellery, leather goods, clothing, pottery, and books. Sharm El-Sheikh is a must visit for all diving enthusiasts. There are many diving sites between Sharm el-Sheikh and Ras Nusrani in the Red Sea.
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