Situated at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt is a popular resort destination for tourists.
Sharm El Sheikh has transformed into a burgeoning tourist destination after years as a fishing village and Egyptian navy base.
Located on the Red Sea, Sharm el Sheikh has some of the world's finest scuba diving and snorkelling.
For an excursion outside the serene confines of the city's many resorts, try quad biking in the desert or hiking up Sinai Mountain.
Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport (SSH) is a small airport serving more than 7 million passengers annually with flights from Thomas Cook and Thomson Airways flying most frequently.
Sharm el Sheikh’s city centre is modern with trendy nightlife including international nightclub Pacha which is a unique open-air venue.