The city of Sharm el-Sheikh is a big tourist centre at the southern end of the Sinai peninsula. It lies at the southern end of a 50km long coastal area developed for tourism, next to the Ras Mohammed national park. Sharm el-Sheikh is a very new city, having developed after the 1980s. The city consists primarily of a long tourist zone with hotels, shops, restaurants, cafes and night clubs. The sea around Sharm el-Sheikh is impressive, consisting of crystal clear seawater with a rich marine life. Sharm el-Sheikh is a big diving centre, open all year due to its mild climate.
01 Beach with parasols 02 Beach with parasols 03 Beach with parasols 04 Coastline with floating jetty
05 Beach and floating jetty 06 Palms 07 Palms 08 Beach with parasols and palms
09 Beach with parasols 10 Crystal clear seawater 11 Rocky coast and staricase 12 Crystal clear seawater
13 Crystal clear seawater 14 Crystal clear seawater 15 Rocks along the coast 16 Flight 604 plane crash memorial
17 Crystal clear seawater 01 Chinese restaurant at night 02 Chinese restaurant tables 03 Pedestrian area at night 04 Electronics shop
05 Pedestrian area at night 06 Columnade at night 07 Naama Center mall 08 Naama bay pedestrian area
09 Naama bay pedestrian area 10 Tourist shop 11 Herbs and spices shop 12 Clothes shop 13 Pharmacy selling steroides
14 Naama bay beach at dusk 15 Restaurants in the evening 16 Restaurants in the evening
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