Property sale Sharm El Sheikh Sunterra Resort - apartment for sale in Egypt

Property sale Sharm El Sheikh Sunterra Resort

Unnamed Road, Qesm Sharm Ash Sheikh, South Sinai Governorate, Egypt

Features

  • 32' LED TV
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Communal Pools
  • Extractor Fan
  • Fully Equipped
  • Furnished
  • Kitchen
  • Landline
  • Microwave
  • Private Roof Terrace
  • Property Management
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite channels
  • Sea View
  • security
  • Sofa Bed
  • Swimming Pool view
  • Washing Machine
  • WIFI available

Details

Sunterra fully furnished Property sale Sharm El Sheikh

Modern furnished apartment with a European taste, located on the top floor with a private rooftop.

The apartment has a good size living area, with two sofa beds, a coffee table, LED TV.

The bedroom has a large bed and a large wardrobe.

The bathroom with a walk-in shower, a rain shower supply, and a wide glass cabin.

Modern kitchen with all necessary utensils.

The apartment is suitable as a home, or as a buy to let property due to the huge demand for property rentals at Sunterra Resort

About Sunterra resort:

The resort is centralized between key destinations in Sharm city, as it is only 2 minutes drive from the center of Naama bay where all the shops and amenities, the promenade, and the beach, also it is about 5 minutes drive to the old market and 15 minutes drive to Sharm international airport.

The commercial zone where Carrefour Hypermarket is located at walking distance of the resort residential zone.
With a few future additions planned by the developer, including a Gym, and a hotel.

Apartment sale Sharm El Sheikh

Naama Bay

At the heart of Sharm El-sheik Lies with its dazzling array of restaurants, bars, open cafes, and promenade; therefore Naama bay is the node from which all of Sharm started to grow and develop.

In the mid-eighties, a handful of original dive centers and primitive hotels started operating in Naama bay.

Today hotels, private beaches, restaurants, and shops fill the bay.

Its central location is easily accessible to visitors staying in hotels in Hadaba, Shark’s bay, and Nabq bay.

Naama bay’s boardwalk is the center of nightlife and all-night clubbing in Sharm, including:

  • The first Pacha in Africa and the Middle East
  • An iconic Hard Rock Café
  • Little Buddha-bar that boats the “longest bar in the Middle East”

Naama bay offers a comprehensive array of dining choices, ranging from fast-food chains such as McDonald’s, KFC & Pizza Hut, to authentic Egyptian cuisine in Abou Sid, to specialty Italian, Indian, Lebanese and Chinese restaurants.

The South Sinai peninsula 

  Is one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes on the planet, some of which have in recent years been set aside as national parkland.

The most famous of these parks (and in fact Egypt’s first national park) is found at the far southern tip of the Sinai, where the desert peninsula of Ras Mohammed edges out into the Red Sea. Moreover, its craggy plateau disintegrates into broad sand beaches or drops off into brilliantly rich coral reefs.

Heading northeast up the Aqaba coast, you pass through Sharm El Sheikh and Naama Bay, which is a diving mecca that has in recent years, become a center for a host of adventure and eco-tourism activities. Moreover, the coastline here is steep and dramatic, as the rocky table of the Sinai plateau crumbles into the sea.

Beyond the wide full basin of Naama Bay; where the road turns inland, entering the broad sand flow of the Wadi Kid, is an extinct riverbed that winds its way down from the central mountains to the shoreline at the Nabq Managed Resource Protected Area.

Abu Galum

Further north still lies Dahab and then Abu Galum, the northernmost of the park system’s protected areas.

There, the sharp granite peaks of the interior extend the right to the edge of the Gulf of Aqaba, offering visitors a stunning glimpse of terrain more hospitable to Nubian Ibex than to casual human visitors.

Saint Catherine Monastery

These parks are comparatively young (Ras Mohammed has been established only in 1983), and they have been joined even more recently by the region surrounding St. Catherine Monastery.

Encompassing Mount Sinai, as well as a number of other attractions of the area, the park at St. Catherine’s is perhaps the best example of the purpose and the need for the Sinai’s protected areas.

As tourism increases in the region, so too has tourist waste and damage, and a few years ago, such sublime sites as the top of Mount Sinai itself, appeared to be sinking under the burden of careless visitors.

Although the designation of these areas as national parks has afforded them some degree of protection, it is ultimately, the care and consideration of each visitor that most contribute to the work of preserving the beauty and the wonder of the Sinai.

Property sale Sharm El Sheikh Sunterra Price excluding furniture

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