The ‘Lonely Planet’ website recommends seven beaches in Egypt

Under the title “7 of the best beaches in Egypt: from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba”, the famous Australian site Lonely Planet has highlighted seven beaches in Egypt for tourists.

The report states that in addition to unique archaeological destinations in Egypt from the Great Pyramids of Giza and the vastness of the Valley of the Kings that attract travelers from all over the world, Egypt boasts stunning coastlines with luxury resorts that offer the opportunity to dive into the clear waters of the Red Sea with its picturesque marine life. This is in addition to the beaches overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

The report shed light on the beaches on the North Coast, especially the town of New Alamein and Almaza Bay, where the beaches on this coast are characterized by pure white sand and clear blue waters, in addition to hotels , resorts and upscale restaurants. . It is also characterized by calm views of Mediterranean beaches where visitors can practice beach sports such as windsurfing and kayaking.

The report also highlighted the beaches of the Red Sea, referring to the beaches of Dahab and describing it as the ideal place to get back to nature, relax and enjoy many sea activities.

The report also refers to Naama Bay in Sharm el-Sheikh, describing its beaches as having white sand that blends beautifully with the deep turquoise waters of the Red Sea, where tourists love to swim and snorkel.

As for Fjord Bay, located 15 kilometers south of the city of Taba, the report considers it the best diving beach where tourists can snorkel, observe unique coral reefs and hike in the mountains.

In the city of Hurghada, the report states that tourists can enjoy a wonderful cruise for watching dolphins, as well as enjoying stunning sunsets and scuba diving.

The report spoke of al-Nayzak beach, located 13 km south of the city of Marsa Alam, where the waters are warm all year round and is considered a “stunning wonder”.

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