Red Sea Holidays 2016

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Relax and Recharge in the Red Sea

The idyllic Red Sea resort conforms to most holidaymakers’ idea of paradise, as thousands of kilometres of golden sand occupy the area. Water sports and deep sea excursions will be sure to keep you entertained, with the beaches awaiting your arrival if you prefer to bask in the sun.

Red Sea holidays guarantee strong summer sun and fun by the sea. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family seaside break, holidays to Red Sea are sure to suit. If you’re in search of archaeological and historical splendour, Egypt and Saudi Arabia host some of Asia and Africa’s most mystical and fascinating attractions.

Sea as Far as the Eye Can See

Views looking out to the ocean on Red Sea holidays are not hard to come by, as surrounding resorts such as Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada City showcase beautifully preserved beaches, ideal for those looking to absorb the sunny atmosphere and dip their toes in to the sea. Hurghada City boasts 20km of coastline, with panoramic sea views to leave you awestruck. The resort also couples a historic old town and modern amenities for those in search of the best of both worlds. If you can’t get enough of the golden sand, head to Jordan where you can explore the treasures of the desert on the back of a camel.

When you’ve tired of kite-surfing on Mangroovy Beach, take a daytrip to Cairo where you can uncover Egyptian secrets and gaze at the monumental pyramids – an ideal break for those little explorers craving historical magic. A foray into Taba is also imperative when visiting Egypt, as the Wekala District hosts the best in Middle Eastern cuisine. Here you can grab some slow cooked beef or koftas, with pancakes and flavoured shisha serving as the perfect desserts.

Underwater Adventure and Captivating Culture

If you’re looking to get up close and personal with deep sea creatures on holidays to Red Sea, then look no further than a visit to Eilat. Here you can don a snorkel and dive down deep at Aqua Beach and confront what the seas have to offer. If you’d prefer a more controlled environment, the Underwater Observatory Marine Park allows you to gaze at the world-famous coral reef, with virtual tours and informative galleries answering any queries. Alternatively you can pay a visit to the Dolphin Reef and explore marine life up close, an unforgettable experience for lovers of sea creatures.

As well as the attractions of Eliat, Israel offers a multitude of historical buildings and majestic monuments, steeped is lavish design and natural beauty. The Masada is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a quick glimpse will quickly make it apparent why. The rugged ancient fortress overlooks the Dead Sea and is open for tourist visits, depicting the rich and eventful history and religious relevance of the Masada. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is equally as monumental, as many tourists and visitors flock here to see the site where Jesus was supposedly crucified and buried. The magnificent exterior is worth the visit alone, with the interior hosting amazing mosaics and the Tomb of Christ.