Sharm el-Sheikh districts - name, description, photo of Sharm el-Sheikh districts, where to stay for a tourist

Sharm el-Sheikh districts

Sharm el-Sheikh districts

To visually see the areas of Sharm el-Sheikh, it is worth familiarizing yourself with the city map - they are located along the coast around the bays (bays).

Sharm el Sheikh neighborhood names and descriptions

  • Sharm El Maya: famous for its oriental market where you can buy essential oils, perfumes, painted sand paintings, papyrus, carpets.
  • Nabq (rather shallow sea, but windy weather): this rather young area is actively being built up, and from the entertainment the La Strada promenade with its shops, souvenir shops and the Hard Rock Cafe disco deserves attention.
  • Hadaba: The area boasts a chain of hotels and shops as well as its own mosque.
  • Naama Bay: a vibrant neighborhood with sports grounds, restaurants, casinos, shopping malls, nightclubs, diving centers.
  • Shark's Bay: an area whose beauty cannot be conveyed by any photo - it has its own coral reef, but entry into the water can only be done from a pontoon (except for the paid Shark's Bay beach with a sandy entry). In the local Soho square, you can find bars and discos, as well as attend the singing fountain show.
  • Montazah: a feature of this area is its proximity to the airport plus the presence of beaches and coral reefs (will be appreciated by divers and snorkelers).

Attractions of the main areas

Since Sharm El Sheikh is famous for its beaches and diving, it makes sense to consider the attractions of most areas from this point of view..

Going to Sharm el-Maya, travelers will be able to relax on the sandy beaches belonging to hotels (for those who are not guests of these hotels, a paid entrance of $ 5 is provided), go kiting ($ 35) and go water skiing (55 $). Among the beaches, Terrazzina stands out (enjoying delicious food and music performed by DJs). And if you wish, from this area you can go on a boat trip on a boat or yacht to the Ras Mohammed National Park (entrance and entrance to the park costs $ 5; here you will be offered to admire mangrove trees, birds and animals; visit the Magic Bay, the salt and mud of which are medicinal; snorkelling, and experience the park's underwater world while diving at locations such as the Eel Garden and Shark Reef).

With a close acquaintance with the Hadaba area, travelers will be able to walk along Il Mercato street, visit the palace “1000 and 1 night” (a folklore show awaits you), stay on the beaches of El Phanar and Ras Kati, visit the dolphinarium (in addition to the dolphin show, guests are entertained by the performance of a local folklore ensemble) and the Albatros Aqua Park water park (it has prepared 32 water attractions for guests).

Where to stay for a tourist

Travelers with an active lifestyle outside the hotel and loving adventure should stay in the Hadaba area: they have at their disposal private villas and hotels of different categories.

If you are interested in the Sharks Bay area, then you should take into account that there are hotels here, the prices of which are quite high compared to hotels in other areas of Sharm el-Sheikh..

As for lovers of solitude, they should take a closer look at the Montazah area..

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