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Scores of sandy shores

With a peninsula all to itself, and the Red Sea lapping at its shores on three sides, Soma Bay takes sun holidays to the next level. And thanks to the miles of soft, sandy beaches that fringe the resort, there’s plenty of shoreline to go around.

Exclusivity is the name of the game here – from the private, gated entrance to the luxury hotels that have sprung up along the waterfront. Bars and restaurants are clustered around the marina, which is often home to a couple of bobbing yachts courtesy of the resort’s more affluent residents. And this place packs an offshore punch, too, with a smattering of world-class dive spots just off the coast.

When you’re not teeing off at the world-class golf course or skimming the waves on a kitesurf board, it’s hard to beat an afternoon spent kicking back on a prime patch of Red Sea sand.

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Your Soma Bay questions, answered

Yes, definitely! Stay in a family-oriented resort and you’ll find they’ll be well geared-up for any little ones you’ve got in tow. 
Mostly dry and mostly sunny for most of the year! Thanks to its practically year-round sunshine and warm temperatures, Soma Bay is great for winter sun as well as summer holidays. 
Big hotels will cater to the international crowd well, but there’ll be authentic Egyptian cuisine on offer, too, should you feel like trying something new. 

It’s roughly a 40-minute drive to the resort from Hurghada Airport, but exactly how long it takes will depend on where you’re staying.

Soft, sandy, and family friendly. Most of the shoreline is privately owned, so be sure and check the beach access at your hotel before you book.

While the area around the marina is home to a handful of bars and restaurants, most of the nightlife revolves around the hotels.  

Hotels in Soma Bay