Sharm El Luli

The main draw of Sharm El Luli is that it’s completely undeveloped. There’s no shops, hotels, or restaurants to retract from its natural beauty. Vivid yellow sands and water in so many shades of blue makes this strip of coastline easy to fall in love with. The smooth shore is speckled with a sampling of rock formations and its shallow waters are warm allowing for hours of wading. The vast coral reef is also an excellent snorkeling and dive spot.

Getting There

Sharm El Luli is located 60km south and a 47 minute drive to Marsa Alam which is the nearest biggest town and airport hub for all travellers. The Marsa Alam International Airport is an international hub in Egypt and an important destination for flights from Europe, Asia, Australia and North America. To begin your adventure to paradise, book a flight to Marsa Alam in Egypt or nearby countries including Israel, Jordan, Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon. You will find direct flights to Marsa Alam with Royal Jordanian, Egyptair, Turkish Airlines, and Pegasus Airlines. Residents of Europe can travel from France, Spain, Germany, Holland and many other locations. You can also find flights from Australia to Egypt.