All inclusive and luxury Sharm El Sheikh holidays

by David Jenkins

The holiday resort of Sharm El Sheikh is on the Southern Sinai Peninsular of Egypt and spreads out along the costal region of the National Park area of Ras Mohamed. Although Sharm el Sheikh has mountains on one side and the beautiful Red Sea on the other it has the shortest transfer time of all the Red Sea resort areas.

Sharm El Sheikh holidays have become increasingly popular, being less than 5 hours flight time from the UK, Sharm El Sheikh is easily accessible year round and is a great winter sun destination.

Regardless of budget there is a great choice of 3, 4 and 5 star hotels in the Sharm El Sheikh area. Many of the 3 and 4 star properties offer really good all inclusive programmes, whilst the international 5 star hotels like the Four Seasons Resort and Spa, Hyatt regency and Ritz Carlton Hotel, tend to offer luxury Sharm El Sheikh holidays on a bed and breakfast basis.

Widely considered amongst the leading diving destinations in the world, Sharm El Sheikh offers much for the water-sports enthusiast as well as those looking to simply chill out under the clear blue skies and enjoy the year round sunshine with a good book.

For those looking for lively evening entertainment, Sharm El Sheikh holidays will not disappoint. The centre of Naama Bay offers an extensive variety of Bars restaurants and late night clubs suitable for all ages.

All inclusive holidays to Sharm El Sheikh start from around 300-400 per person and luxury holidays to Sharm El Sheikh start from around 550 per person on a bed and breakfast basis including flights, private taxi transfers and airline taxes.

Before you book your Sharm El Sheikh holidays why not take a look at some of the great deals available on the Free2.co.uk website. The site has a special feature page for luxury holidays to Sharm El Sheikh, including both all inclusive Sharm El Sheikh holidays and 5 star deluxe Sharm El Sheikh holidays.

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