Yet another glorious diving beach, the sea here is a beautiful slope of coral. At the northern end of the beach is a shallow area excellent for snorkelling if you’re not too confident about swimming. In the water itself the marine life is plentiful and fascinating; coralfish, lyrtail, barracuda, eagle, shark. Quite a few people train for diving here and the water sports is quite fun. The fun isn’t all in the water though; lots of nice shady greens make even the sand a good spot to chill. Across the water you’ll have nice views of Tiran Island. There are a number of restaurants near by; try our the delicious Umbi Seafood Restaurant.
- LE 5 extra for sunbeds.
- Amenities include Kiosk, toilets, picnic tables, barbecues, drinking water, cafe.
- Vaucluse Park with its historical Vaucluse House.
- A,k,a Nelson Beach.
- Parking is extremely limited.
- Apparently the beach here belongs to several hotels and you must be a resident to enjoy them. This is unverified.
- Umbi Seafood Restaurant
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94.86% of people who visit Sharm El-sheikh include Shark's Bay Beach in their plan
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34.78% of people start their Shark's Bay Beach visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Shark's Bay Beach
50% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Shark's Bay Beach