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What's Nearby?

Jolie Ville Golf & Resort is conveniently situated 5 km away from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport and 7 km away from the famous Naama Bay.

About Sharm El Sheikh

The magical city of Sharm El Sheikh is situated on the Southern tip of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula between the Mount Sinai and the crystal aqua-blue waters of the Red Sea. The city is known as one of the prime environmentally protected diving location.

The magnificent coral reefs and attractive fish species have given the Red Sea a great international reputation as one of the world's most extraordinary diving spot for scuba enthusiasts from around the world and have made the area one of Egypt’s most sought after destinations, Sharm El Sheikh is a real diver’s paradise. 

Take advantage of the city’s varied sports, cultural and leisure activities, from its virgin sandy white beaches, numerous restaurants and dining facilities, to a wide range of sports activities including golf courses, desert safaris, great nearby antiquities attractions and cultural trips. Sharm El Sheikh ensures a wholesome experience, not to be forgotten!

Key Attractions

  • Tiran Island & Ras Mohamed National Park

Tiran Island and Ras Mohammed National Park are amongst the most famous diving and snorkeling areas in the Red Sea. The Park has a couple of beaches where snorkeling is easy, such as Marsa Bareika; and some offshore reefs reachable with diving boats.

A trip to Tiran Island is a must try for everybody who is holidaying in Sharm El Sheikh. Tiran Island is a favourite destination for full day snorkeling trips, with its lagoon of crystalline turquoise water and a wealth of corals and underwater fauna to remember.

  • Ras Um El Sid

Ras Um El Sid, with its walls covered with awesome gigantic gorgonians, is another famous diving site, and it is accessible from land via the private beach of El Fanar Restaurant.

  • Sinai Heritage & Diving Museum

             Sinai Heritage & Diving Museum, are situated in the center of Naama Bay. With displays featuring Bedouin heritage, diving history                and wild life, and guided visits for groups and children, it is a place you visit to learn more about the area and its people.

  • Desert Activities

The desert, with its breath-taking views and unforgettable atmosphere, is of course a favourite destination for an endless series of excursions and activities. There are many ways to discover the beauty hidden in alleys and mountains. Whether by camel, 4x4 jeep or quads, desert safaris and day trips will lead you, friends and families to unforgettable adventures, guaranteed to take your breath away

  • Activities include: 

- Desert trekking on a horseback ridding at one of the town’s equestrian centers.

- Specialized off road driving lessons in the desert given by the motocross school.

- The Sinai Xtreme Park takes you sand boarding on impressive dunes. The Park has also bungee rocket, trampolines, paintball war games and a beautiful swimming pool to chill out between one game and the other.

  • Dahab

Dahab is famous for windsurfing in its unique lagoon, where surfers from all over the world gather all year round. Choose to laze around in one of their long sandy beaches, enjoy stunning views of the Sinai Mountains, stroll around one of their convenient shopping area or enjoy a sunset stroll along Assalah’s promenade. Dahab also has important scuba diving spots, such as the Blue Hole, and is an ideal place for excursions to St. Catherine monastery.

  • St. Catherine’s Monastery

The Monastery of St. Catherine lies at the foot of the Gebel Musa, or Mount Moses, in the heart of the South Sinai. In 330 AD the mother of Emperor Constantine, Empress Helena, ordered the construction of a small church by Moses' Burning Bush. It was called the Church of the Transfiguration. The fortified monastery we see today, was built around this church during the reign of Emperor Justinian (527-565 AD).

In the 11th century, the monastery was dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria, who had died in 310 AD. Her remains, reportedly found by monks on a mountain peak next to Mt. Sinai, are buried in the monastery's Basilica. Currently, the monastery is owned and run by the Greek Orthodox Church. Its rich library houses the world's second largest collection of illuminated manuscripts after the Vatican. You can see the Burning Bush and a large number of antique works of art: invaluable icons, beautifully carved doors, exquisite wall paintings and other fine religious ornaments.

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