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Sharm has developed along a series of picturesque bays with sandy beaches interspersed with rugged headlands, stretching from Sharm El Maya in the south to Nabq Bay in the north.
Looking inland from Sharm one marvels at the majestic mountains which provide a dramatic backdrop to the resort.
The coastline of Sharm is lapped by the warm, tropical waters of the Red Sea, home to the most northerly coral reefs in the world and which support an amazing diversity of underwater life. It is the underwater life which has led to the development of Sharm and its worldwide recognition as one of the top diving destinations.

The heart of the resort is Naama Bay, home to many dive centres and hotels as well as bustling shops and bars. Most of Sharm’s nightlife is centred on Naama Bay and many of the hotels in areas outside Naama lay on shuttle buses to take guests into Naama of an evening.
Party-goers will find plenty to occupy themselves in Naama Bay. Pacha night club hosts nightly entertainment with top-class DJs from Ministry of Sound and others! Other popular night-spots include Little Buddha and Hard Rock Caf. Live music is a regular feature in Sharms nightlife and the centrally-situated Camel Bar provides weekly live music entertainment.

Many international restaurant chains and fast-food outlets can be found in Naama, from TGI Fridays to McDonalds, KFC to Pizza Hut. However, if fine-dining is more your thing, why not enjoy a candle-lit dinner in one of the more exclusive restaurants many of the top class hotels have superb restaurants catering for all tastes from Thai and Indian to Italian and French cuisines, the choice is yours!
As well as diving, visitors to Sharm are well-placed to enjoy excursions into the desert. Desert safaris by 4-wheel drive and camel are popular attractions. You can also visit Bedouin villages and enjoy the hospitality of these once Nomadic people Bedouin dinners and stargazing go hand-in-hand. Other ways to explore the desert include quad-bike safaris.

Day trips to Cairo are also possible both by bus and air.
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