Red Sea Coast
The Red Sea Coast is a region of eastern Egypt, following the shoreline of the Red Sea for 800 km (500 miles) from Suez in the north to the Sudanese border in the south. It is Egypt's fastest developing area for overseas travelers and is best known for its warm climate year-round, for its clear azure waters, for its beach resorts and - given the presence of many species of exotic fish and coral - for its value as a diving destination.
Note that Egypt's Sinai peninsula also borders the Red Sea, but is considered a separate region.
- Soma Bay
- El Gouna
- St Anthony's Monastery
- Port Ghalib
- Marsa Alam
- El Quseir
- Port Suez
- Taba Heights
- Sharm el Sheikh
Long-distance taxis and buses will get you from city to city quite easily. Buying the ticket might be frustrating and expensive when you are a tourist. Ask someone in your hotel of the restaurant you frequent to buy it for you. They may take a little commission on the ticket, but it saves you a lot of hassle.
- Badawia Resort Marsa Alam, ☎ (+2010) 250 55 60, . Badawia Resort serene beauty and quiet escape is mesmerizing. Situated on 150.000 square meters of gardens and lagoon between the famous Red Sea chain of mountains and the magnificent Red Sea. Includes pools, beach, and simplicity of its decor. It is located 210 km south of Hurghada International Airport or 19km south of Marsa Alam International Airport. ″.
- The Aleph Collective at Camp Emy, 14 kilometers south of Marsa Alam, . Aleph is an open collective, a 'cultural convergence' situated at Camp Emy on the Red Sea.
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