The Hurghada is definitely a place that's less traveled by Spanish tourists, but it sure is worth spending a few days there relaxing and going underwater in submarines. The climate is subtropical - after all, it's hurghada! There are watersports like windsurfing, deep sea fishing, diving and reefs and swimming are considered some of the world's best!
In this quiet and secluded beach you can enjoy a breathtaking sunset, which is where I heard of where the Red Sea. When twilight falls across mountains (Jordan), and on this side (Sinai Peninsula), they are so close to the sea that they are reflected a rosy red colour .... It's marvelous, and if you add a reddish algae that abundant in these beaches the color turn even redder. If you walk into Nuweiba go right and continue to the end of the beach where you will find a place to chill out and eat in the evening, a deaf boy will serve you who has the expertise to attract the dolphins for their sensitivity. Hopefully ... when you get there you are lucky enough to see them. If you bathe, wear rubber slippers or socks, because there are rocks. The deaf guy give you a meter by one meter cabin at the seaside with a small porch and cushions to lie on, where you can change you or be with your partner in full privacy, be careful of child onlookers.
Only a few tourist groups pass Nuweiba, a small town 70km south of the Israeli border. It is a quiet town with a small shopping center, restaurants and a pharmacy. From Nuweiba there are trips to the mountains of Sinai that are cheaper here than in other places, you can get more information from the cafes and Nuweiba camps. There's a daily ferry from the port to Jordan. It was funny to see the loose camels in the streets the day I had a tortilla sandwich and to my surprise, they loved it.
The Blue Hole is a tiny zone of the coast of Ras Abu Galum Nature Reserve, in the Sinai Peninsula. It forms a C and is more or less easy to access, and they have marketed the restaurants like a "chill out" Moorish style. . There is a floating platform into the ocean, because there is coral in the seal. All restaurants rent diving and snorkeling equipment. And also all of them take charge of your bike. It is about 15 minutes drive from Dahab, or an hour by bike. The last section is sand and stone and can be complicated. The highlight of this "blue hole" is flora and fauna. I spent hours there snorkeling, because besides water temperature in September, it was ideal.
There is a very important heat in the South of Egypt. A beach has formed along the Nile river where people go swimming in the heat. It's the typical stop before reaching the town from Aswan Nubian and is also the place where Nubian vendors strive for you to buy one of the many souvenirs they sell.
Dahab is a tiny village on the east coast of backpacker Egypt, on the Red Sea. It is a place with lots of hotels and a relaxed environment, but unfortunately did not have a development policy that was respectful to the coast. This means that in the village, there are few places where you can swim, and there are restaurants or "private beaches". If you want to be in a cafe, the terrace overlooks the ocean. But if you want sand, you have to leave the village, walking about an hour in any direction to get to a beach that you an swim at or even touch the sand. There is a part of a private beach where they rent chairs and umbrellas, which is ideal for kids.
Soma Bay is a small peninsula in the Gulf located about fifty kilometers from Hurghada and only a few kilometers from the small town of Safaga. The area abounds with exclusive hotels and beautiful beaches made for a quiet holiday. It's one of the most popular areas of the world for wind-surfing and hosts world championships. Gulf waters are more favorable for diving, because of the crystal-clear water and beautiful underwater life. If you have the opportunity , visit Soma Bay...