Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is a well-known tourist destination located in the southern region of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. The beach at Sharm El Sheikh is composed of both natural and man-made materials. About half of the beach is artificial, displaying a bright yellow hue, with some areas appearing closer to dark yellow or brown. There are corals in most parts of the sea near the shore, necessitating caution while swimming. It is recommended to visit the beach during May-June or September-October to avoid extreme heat. The beach is open to the public and is routinely cleaned, but it is more organized and well-equipped nearby hotels. Staying at a large resort hotel is relatively affordable and provides access to a private beach. Pre-arranging transportation may be necessary to reach the beach.
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Visitor Reviews

Visitor reviews highlight the beautiful scenery and clear water as the most enjoyable aspects of the beach. However, visitors also complain about the lack of amenities and crowded conditions during peak season.

Where is Sharm El Sheikh?

Latitude: 27.909446 / Longitude: 34.326442

Sharm El Sheikh is located in Egypt. The following map of Sharm El Sheikh shows the exact location.

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