Destination HurghadaDestination Hurghada

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Diving: this is what it’s all about. The coral reefs in this region and their colourful inhabitants are so beautiful that they even attract visitors from Australia. The reefs owe their existence to the constant, high temperature of the Red Sea water.

Don’t to miss these highlights:

  • A diving trip in the Red Sea
  • Trip with a glass-bottomed boat
  • Sharm El Naga: 40 km farther south, where the beach has a beautiful coral reef
  • Trip to the Dolphin Reef (3.5 hour boat ride)
  • Boat trip with the Superjet ferry to Sharm el Sheikh (1.5 hours)
  • A camel ride in the desert, rounded off with a traditional Bedouin meal
  • Excursion to the pyramids and the sphinx in Giza, which borders Cairo
  • Excursion to Luxor; the temple complex at Karnak and the Valley of the Kings with the many tombs and temples of Pharaohs

Beach life

Cala Conta

There is something for everyone here. The beaches are beautiful, the water is a popular snorkelling area, there are all kinds of water sports on offer and there are also a few good bars. Carla Conta lies on the west coast of the island.

Cala d’Hort

In one word – beautiful! It is a peaceful bay, with sun, sand, good restaurants and a beautiful view of the island of Es Vedrá. It is perfect for chilling out!

Cala Llonga

The most beautiful and most popular bay in Ibiza, with a vast sandy beach and all the facilities that you could possibly want.

Cala Mastella

Thanks to its crystal clear waters, Cala Mastella is a fantastic place to snorkel. To the left, you can find a small bar and to the right, the Can Bigotes restaurant.

Cala Vedella

A small, beautiful beach with clear blue waters in the heart of a coastal village. Popular among families.

Platja d’en Bossa

This is Ibiza’s longest sandy beach and home to the Bora Bora bar and the Space club. If you are only able to spend one day here, go on a Sunday.

Ses Salines

A large, white sandy beach, popular amongst young people and the homosexual community. Along the beach you can find a fine collection of bars and restaurants. One side of the beach is a nudist area.

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