Sharm El-Shaikh, Egypt

Sharm El-Shaikh, Egypt

Sharm El-Sheikh is an Arabic city and the largest city in South Sinai and a global tourist center, where it is famous for diving.

To the south of it is the Ras Mohammed Nature Reserve. It covers an area of ​​about 424 km2.

It is the most famous tourist city in Sinai, and tourism activity has developed greatly in the last twenty years.

The importance of Sharm El-Sheikh lies in its location at the head of the Red Sea, from which it branches into the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba,

which led to a more distinguished environment that is the main element of tourist attractions.

Therefore, there are in and around the most important nature reserves in Ras Mohammed and Nabq.

In front of Sharm el-Sheikh, there are the islands of Tiran and Sanafir at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba.

Among the most important areas are Ras Nasrani and Ras Umm Sid next to Ras Mohammed.

Sharm El-Sheikh has a strong infrastructure of facilities and services,

and its population is increasing dramatically, reaching more than ten thousand people, and it is estimated that it will reach about 132,000 people in 2017, with the increase in tourism activities in particular.

The area of ​​Sharm El-Sheikh is about 424 square kilometers.

Description of Sharm El Sheikh

There are in and around the most important nature reserves in Ras Mohammed and Nabq.

In front of Sharm el-Sheikh, there are the islands of Tiran and Sanafir at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba..

Its most important areas are Ras Nasrani and Ras Umm Sid next to Ras Mohammed

 

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