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Tranquil Bedouin villages in a breathtaking desert landscape, rugged mountains backing up idyllic beaches.. The peninsula is full of fascinating contrasts.
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Mountains, desert and unspoilt beaches - a warm welcome to the Sinai Peninsula!

The Sinai peninsula, covering 61,000 km², lies between Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. The Gulf of Suez is to the west and the Gulf of Aqaba to the east. Sinai is still quite a secluded peninsula with an atmosphere characterised by the Bedouins who live there. The trip from the airport at Sharm El Sheik provides the first views of the breathtaking desert scenery with the mountains extending down to the sea. The unbelievable blaze of desert colour backed up by the steep mountain slopes is something that has to be seen to be believed. Get to know the desert on a Bedouin safari, climb Mount Sinai on a trekking tour, and visit St. Catherine's Monastery.

With Iberotel, you have the possibility to do just that. Our hotels are located in the following regions:

Sharm El Sheikh

Until the late sixties, Sharm El-Sheikh was just a tranquil fishing village. Since then, however, thanks to increasing investment, the "city of tranquillity" has gradually developed into one of the most popular holiday destinations in Egypt. Today, besides the sun, sea, beach and water sports, Sharm El Sheikh offers its visitors one of the best diving areas in the Red Sea as well as a wide range of shopping facilities and entertainment. Take a stroll through the mall and discover numerous souvenir and jewellery shops as well as the old part of the small town – the "Old Market" – with its lively bazaar, simple restaurants and original shisha cafes. Here you can get amidst the lives of the locals.

Get to know the town and region better while visiting our hotel in Sharm El Sheikh:

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