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Hotels that guests love in Sharm El Sheikh
  • Beautiful all-inclusive beachfront resort

  • The most welcoming staff. A big plus for that. The hotel has access to a sandy beach.

  • Excellent location with a private beach. I booked a deluxe sea facing room and the room was perfect with an incredible view and on the quiet side of the hotel. The room was large with a king size bed. The beach was clean with fresh towels and loungers easily available.

  • Location is central to Naema Bay, easy beach access, plenty of parking spaces.

  • The beach is good and the seaside is nice. It was easy to get into the water without any sea shoes.

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Things to do Sharm El Sheikh

Ras Ghamila
Divers have flocked to Sharm El Sheikh for decades thanks to its clear waters and an abundance of sea life. Ras Ghamila is one of the highlights of diving in the Sinai Peninsula, and makes a great start for less experienced divers too. This is due in part to its great drift diving, where you can glide over bright outcroppings of table corals and wafting gorgonian sea fans. If you're lucky you might even see a turtle, but if not, the feathertail stingrays, triggerfish and groupers swimming around are equally impressive.
Ras Nasrani
If you're a little more experienced with flippers on your feet and an air tank on your back, Ras Nasrani offers some fine diving. Though there's still a lot of underwater adventuring to be had in the shallower depths, a sixty metre drop just beyond them opens up a whole new world of exploration with overhangs and sea caves. It's also one of the best places around Sharm El Sheikh to spot the sea slug known as the Spanish dancer, which flaps through the water in an elegant underwater ballet.
Wreck of the Thistlegorm
This British ship sank after being bombed in 1941, and experienced divers are in for a historical treat with a trip down to its remains. As you dive down and the gloomy blue waters part before you, you'll be treated to the wreck in all its ghostly glory. A whole chunk has been blasted from the stern of the vessel, revealing remarkably well-preserved cargo that includes trucks, tanks and even wellington boots. Often regarded as one of the best wreck dives in the world, the mix of machinery and marine wildlife creates a stark and unforgettable experience.
The Gardens
The Gardens are three conveniently-located dive sites that offer all the experiences and ecosystems that make a trip under the waves so enthralling. The sand-covered plateaus of the Near Garden are great for spotting bottom-dwelling sea life, while the Far Garden is the place to go to swim among the myriad colours and creatures of the coral reef. The Middle Garden, appropriately enough, is a bit of a mix between the two and provides an excellent jumping-off point (pun intended!) for those new to the wonders of scuba diving.
Tiran
The area around Tiran offers a pelagic playground for those with a few dives under their belt. The Straits of Tiran is comprised of four separate reefs that showcase a huge diversity of corals. These fertile plateaus draw a vast array of marine life, and you’ll be able to see everything from tiny translucent jellyfish bobbing in the currents to fearsome apex predators like the hammerhead shark. The coast off Tiran Island is another of Sharm El Sheikh’s top dive spots, with snorkelling lagoons that are perfect for beginners. If the weather is on your side, the wreck of the Zingara makes for some spooky underwater exploration too.
Paradise
Paradise lives up to its name. This heavenly site is a thick forest of coral, where you’ll find a wide range of beautiful reef residents. There are Butterflyfish, hefty Napoleon fish, Parrotfish and plenty of morays lurking between the pinnacles. If you come here on a night dive, you can spot these cheeky eels as they hunt for dinner.
Ras Mohamed
When it comes to your Sharm El Sheikh to-do list, Ras Mohamed National Park has got to be near the top. The waters here boast a quite incredible array of marine life, since it’s here that the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba converge. Shark Reef and Yolanda Reef are the stars of the Ras Mohamed show, with almost every species of Red Sea fish on display. Make sure you’ve got your camera to hand!
Gubal Straits
These waters between the Red Sea and the Gulf of Suez have over 30 dive sites to get your teeth into. For beginners, there’s the gentle Kingston Wreck and for experts there’s the stunning SS Thistlegorm. And if you fancy swimming with dolphins, look no further than Shaab el Erg – Sharm’s premier dolphin hotspot.
Booking.com asked travellers...

The beach means different things to different people. What did the beach in Sharm El Sheikh mean to you?

Turquoise blue waters..so clear that I can see the fish and corals below me when I go for a swim just ny looking down, without even having goggles on. Lovely golden sands and a warm breeze. It's always a beach day in Sharm El Sheikh.
swimming along with colorful fish in clear water was wonderful.
although not sandy beach, its great for having tan and walk
Relaxation and Fun at the same time
Just to relax at the beach and tan
water activities , swiming , relax
Relaxing and a cold drink
Snorkeling and parachute
relaxation
Relaxing

Sharm El Sheikh highlights

Diving
Offering a cool contrast to the heat of the Sinai Peninsula, the Red Sea’s depths are home to diverse marine life including lionfish, barracudas, turtles and vibrant varieties of coral. Divers can also see the wrecks of the Thistlegorm and Dunraven vessels.