Egypt has almost 2000km of coast along the Red Sea, from the Sinai peninsula in the north to the Sudanese border in the south. Due to the mild temperatures of the water, coral grows all year round even in the northernmost parts of the Red Sea. The Red Sea coast attracts a large number of tourists who come here to relax and dive in the pristine waters. Major tourist centres are in the Sinai around Dahab and Sharm el-Sheikh and around Hurghada and Safaga.
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