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Nabq Bay Holidays

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Sharm el Sheikh holidays

Serene sands by a national park

Tranquil Nabq Bay is Sharm El Sheik's most northerly resort and offers access to a unique natural environment as well as magnificent views of Tiran Island. This peaceful bay is less developed than its neighbours further south and reaches into an enchanting national park. If you're looking for a spot of serenity on the sand surrounded by natural beauty, a holiday to Nabq Bay is the ideal choice.

It may be a little wilder than its siblings down the coast, but there are plentiful all-inclusive resorts to enjoy here. The sea at Nabq Bay stays shallow by the shore, making it a good choice for families while snorkelers will be in their element amongst the coral reefs and exotic marine life in the Nabq National Park. This protected area is also home to more than two miles of mangrove forest, rare birdlife and sand dunes where wily desert foxes and hyenas hunt.

Your Nabq Bay questions, answered

There's a collection of fun bars in Nabq, including a Hard Rock Cafe. More options can be found in nearby Soho Square, five minutes away.
For western brands, the thatched stores of Al Khan are the place to go. A more Egyptian feel can be found at open-air La Strada.
Far less crowded than its southern neighbours, peaceful Nabq Bay is the place to go for some uninterrupted rest and relaxation on golden sands.

Best things to do in Nabq Bay

Explore a mangrove forest

A 600-square-kilometre area of mangroves, coral reefs, dunes and wildlife, the Nabq Protectorate is one of Egypt's most important wilderness sites.

Kitesurf

Sheltered by reefs, Nabq Bay's shallow, flat waters and stable wind mark it out as a great spot for both new and advanced kitesurfers.

Visit Tiran Island

A mecca for divers and snorkelers, Tiran Island is part of the Ras Mohammed National Park and lies just six kilometres off Nabq Bay.