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On the coast of the glimmering Red Sea, the bustling city of Hurghada has arisen as a go-to destination for holiday makers seeking the exotic. The crystal waters are home to an array of marine wildlife and reefs that beg to be explored. You can also set your pulse racing with the assortment of available water sports including jet skis, wind surfing, and canoeing. The resort is located within commutable distance for a day trip or combined holiday to Cairo, where you can look upon the majesty the Great Pyramid of Giza – the last remaining wonder of the ancient world.

Things to see

Golden sands snake up the entire coast, running parallel to the shimmering blue of the warm and inviting Red Sea. El Gouna Beach is one of the best in Egypt, due to the fish-filled reefs that lay beneath its coastal waters. Get up close to the reef yourself by heading to one of the experienced diving schools, sail out on a boat for an afternoon of fishing, or hit top speed on one of the banana boats that rip through the water. If you fancy a break from the beach, head inland and stroll about the pretty Old Town’s narrow, winding streets where you’ll pass bustling bazaars piled high with colourful goods. Watch the sun slowly set as you bob along on a camel during an excursion to the surrounding desert - a dream setting for peaceful reflection, especially when looking out on to the arid beauty of the rolling sand dunes.

Hotels in Hurghada

Most luxury Hurghada hotels are crammed along the coast overlooking the expansive blue of the sea. Float serenely in the swimming pool, hit the tennis courts or pamper yourself with a spa treatment at one of the 5-star establishments. Family-friendly Hurghada hotels abound, many available with children’s pools as well as all-inclusive drinks and food included in the price of the room. Budget travellers also have a surprisingly wide choice of accommodation which, though offering just the basics of board and breakfast, are located only a short walk away from the beach.

Where to stay

Waking up to the sound of the sea before ambling down to the beach is what holidays are about, so the majority of Hurghada’s hotels are found by the coast. Most hotels have on-site dining, but there is a glut of restaurants on the sea front offering cuisine from around the world. To get authentic Egyptian food, including the freshest fish as well as vegetable dishes lathered in garlic, lemon, and Egyptian spices, head downtown into the El Dahar Old Town district. With day trips to Cairo and the Nile Valley taking around 7 hours, many travellers find slotting an added journey into their itinerary an irresistible treat.

How to get to Hurghada

Flights direct into Hurghada International Airport are available from most European destinations but connecting flights from Cairo can also be found. From the airport, the best way to get to your lodgings is by taxi, though it is advised to negotiate a price before embarking on your journey. Once settled, public transport consists of micro buses, which meander around the bustling streets stopping wherever people need to get off.

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