El Fanar Beach boasts spacious bays with crystal-clear turquoise waters and a smooth, concrete shoreline, eliminating the need for special footwear. It caters to a diverse range of visitors, from solo travelers to relaxation seekers, and remains relatively uncrowded during the season. Lifeguards ensure safety, and you can enjoy activities such as snorkeling and diving in addition to swimming and sunbathing.
Naama bay comprises two main areas, a beach area and a promenade complex with shops and restaurants. It is located near El Salam Road in Sharm El Sheikh. It is visited for diving safaris, snorkelling with fish, or chilling under umbrellas by the beach. The pedestrian walkway, known as the El Salam promenade road, is built right behind the beach for a breezy stroll or shopping experience.
Terrazzina Beach, a fantastic pay-to-enter destination, provides a fully equipped beach experience with umbrellas, sun loungers, and seafront sofas. Ideal for family vacations and lively parties, it offers a sandy and safe entry into the water, especially suitable for children due to the absence of coral reefs and barriers.
Sharks Bay Beach has clear waters, fine sand, and shallow depth, which make it a popular spot for swimming. The beauty of the marine fauna and coral reefs here is unmatched, so definitely go snorkeling or diving. Encourage yourself to water sports activities like kitesurfing and windsurfing with professional help and stores to rent equipment.
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Referred to as ‘Golden Beach’ on maps but Ras Um Sid Beach by the locals, the waters are known for their crystal-clear clarity and vibrant coral reefs with giant clams that dress the waterfront, a popular spot for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. You can soak up the sun whilst enjoying the natural cliffs and high surrounding mountains. Spot the regal angelfish, red sea bannerfish, and parrotfish up close during your dive.
$ 120 onwards