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White Knight Beach | PO Box 91 | Sharm el Sheikh | South Sinai | Egypt
Attractions & Map
Concorde El Salam Hotel Sharm El Sheikh has a unique location on the southern tip of the Sinai peninsula, overlooking the Red Sea and just 10 minutes from the airport. With the Red Sea on one side and Mount Sinai on the other, Sharm El Sheikh is a favourite destination with scuba divers who come to see the stunning coral reefs, exotic fish and enjoy the warm waters. The area boasts dramatic landscapes, long sandy beaches and a dry temperate climate all year round. A rapid growth in tourism over the past few years has seen the area develop into a well-established holiday destination with a variety of leisure activities including water sports, sailing, golf and desert safaris.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, Ras Mohamed is a national park located 65 kilometres from Sharm El Sheikh. It boasts an impressive array of marine wildlife including thousands of different species of fish, corals, molluscs and star fish, not to mention the sea turtles.
Site of the first hotel development in Sharm El Sheikh in the early eighties, Na'ama Bay is now a popular tourist spot with its long sandy beach that follows the full length of the bay. The flower lined promenade along the sea front features many shops, restaurants, bars and cafes making it an attractive place to take a stroll in the evenings.
St Catherine's Monastery – Mount Sinai
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, St Catherine's Monastery is one of the oldest Christian monasteries still in continuous use. Located in a gorge at the base of Mount Sinai, the monastery dates back to the Byzantium era and is sacred to three main world religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Among the many important artefacts and artworks is the second largest collection of early codices and manuscripts in the world.
The Coloured Canyon
In the middle of the desert mountain, near Nuweiba, the Coloured Canyon is a magnificent rock formation, created by the sea over thousands of years. It takes its name from the multitude of coloured rock layers that now dominate the scenery. The walk through the canyon takes a few hours, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes!
Where the rock meets the beautiful coral reef and the desert stops at the sea, Sinai has a history spanning 8,000 years. The scenery is spectacular with redened beaches, granite rocks and a rich variety of tropical fish and rare birds. It is here that Moses witnessed the Burning bush and the Bedouins camped by crusader forts.
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