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Sharm !

Sharm El Sheikh is the closest resort to Europe, with sunshine and warm waters all year. You can soak up the sun, dive spectacular coral reefs, and enjoy the sea whenever you need a break from your daily routine. The weather is pleasant and dry throughout the year, with temperatures ranging from 20° to 25° C in the winter and 30 to 35° C in the summer. On your next vacation to Sharm El Sheikh, try sky diving or parachuting from a helicopter, in addition to diving, snorkelling, sailing, wind and kite-surfing. In addition, Sharm El Sheikh is a great place to start.
Sharm El Sheikh attracts divers and eco-tourists with its diverse marine life and hundreds of Red Sea coral reef sites.
Over the last two decades, the tourist industry of this Sinai Peninsula city has exploded, resulting in an influx of first-class resorts and upscale nightlife.
The seas of Ras Mohamed National Park are teeming with schools of fish and, strangely, toilets, courtesy of a cargo ship that sank during a storm in 1981.