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Tucked into the lower end of the Gulf of Suez, Hurghada is one of Egypt’s liveliest and busiest resorts. And it manages to merge the old with the new to perfection in that its fine, modern buildings sit happily alongside El-Dahar, the old town, which is the centre of everyday Egyptian life.


Football on the Beach

Diving has long been the main attraction of Hurghada. The area is renowned for its extraordinary and unique reefs.

And, for non-divers, Giftun Island is perfect for snorkelling, and as a spot for camping. Not far from Hurghada are the exceptional dive sites of Brothers Islands, Ras Mohammed and the Strait of Gubal, where Thistlegorm, the Red Sea’s most well known wreck, is found.

The town also has an exciting nightlife, with many clubs, bars and pubs; and is a good base for visiting the Monasteries of St Anthony and St Paul.


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