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Relaxation by the reef

Blessed with a fortunate position just a few kilometres south from Naama Bay, Hadaba is a little quieter than its raucous neighbour next door. Choose a holiday to Hadaba and you'll be in a peaceful position to enjoy the very best of Sharm el Sheik's blissful beaches and ravishing reefs.

Wander down to El Fanar Beach, one of Sharm's loveliest strands, for soft golden sands and a delightfully sheltered position that keeps it warm even in winter. Swim just a little offshore and you'll discover the magical marine world of the Ras Um Sid Reef, Sharm El Sheik's pride and joy. Bargain hunters will relish trawling through the nearby Old Souk while families with children go wild for Aqua Blu, Sharm El Sheik's biggest waterpark.

Your Hadaba questions, answered

Head for the Old Souk for local restaurants serving Egyptian specialities. You'll find international cuisine in the Alf Leila Wa Leila and Il Mercato complexes.
While it's quieter than neighbouring Naama Bay (just five kilometres away), there's a decent smattering of bars and nightclubs including a famous open-air foam party.
There's international brands aplenty at Il Mercato mall, but you're also just a 10-minute drive from the Old Souk offering a more authentic Egyptian experience.

Best things to do in Hadaba

Relax on the beach

Make your way to El Fanar Beach in Ras Umm Sid - Hadaba's southern tip - for golden sands, beach bars and spectacular coral formations.

Snorkel and scuba dive

Explore the Ras Um Sid Reef off El Fanar or visit nearby Ras Mohammed National Park which is home to more than 220 coral species.

Make a splash

Spend a day whizzing down the twisting slides and adrenaline inducing freefall tubes of Aqua Blu Sharm, Sharm El Sheik's largest waterpark.