Golf Holidays in Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea, Egypt

Golf Holidays in Egypt

Sharm El-Sheikh is situated in Egypt on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula on the Red Sea, and is an exotic yet highly accessible destination. A relatively short flight of just 5 hours or so from the UK, Sharm El-Sheikh enjoys a beautifully hot climate all year round, reaching from 21°C in January to 40°C in July and August.

You can experience camel riding, desert safaris and Bedouin adventures, or take time to explore further afield such as Mount Sinai & St Catherine’s Monastery, Luxor, the incredible Valley of the Kings and even cross the sea to Jordan. If you wish to stay in Sharm the area is renowned for its stunning beaches and amazing diving, snorkelling and watersports as well as numeroues bars, restaurants and shops.  You will find every activity and amenity in the area – from the busy Na’ama Bay to the smaller coastal towns of Nuweiba and Dahab. As well as enjoying some fantastic championship golf courses, you can also soak up the colourful local atmosphere of this superb Egyptian resort.

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Why Sharm El Sheikh?   Map:
  • Beautiful weather
  • Lively nightlife
  • Short flight time
  • Glorious beaches
  • Wonderful shopping
  • Excellent golf
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Eating out

There is a vast array of dining options in Sharm El Sheikh (many in the busy Na’ama Bay area) – from authentic local snacks or a three course meal in an exclusive restaurant, and range from every type of cuisine from Lebanese to Asian, and everything in between (including British restaurants for those wanting a taste of home). There is very little you won’t find in terms of food – from fast food establishments to little local bistros – so take the time to explore!

Night life

Na’ama Bay is where most of the nightlife is and is the main tourist area which is buzzing in relation the tranquillity of the hotels, with the hustle and bustle of haggling shopkeepers. You can always sample the exotic shisha pipes, Egyptian tea, numerous restaurants and bars including the stylish Buddha Bar, serving exotic cocktails and imported European beer. For those looking to party into the early hours there is also the famous Pacha Nightclub, it’s safe to say Na’ama Bay comes alive after midnight!

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