Sea view apartment for sale in Montazah Sharm El sheikh

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


  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Sea View
  • Swimming Pool view



Two-bedroom sea view apartment for sale.
Comes with kitchen cabinets, and some appliances as in the photos (no air condition).

Located 10 km north of Naama Bay and only a few minutes’ drive from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport.

Ras Nasrani Bay, also known as  “Montazah”  is set on a slope facing the sea and offers great views of the Sea and the Island of Tiran.

The Villa in the second row ensuring great sea views from all floors and the pool deck.

A 2 minutes walk takes you to the private sandy beach in front and the prime spots for both snorkeling and scuba diving. Ras Nasrani and Ras Bob are well-known dive sites for scuba divers.

Also known as the “Christian Cape”, the shore diving site of Ras Nasrani is one of the richest in Sharm el-Sheikh from a marine life perspective.

Due to the ever-changing underwater scenery, divers love this location where it is very probable to spot mantas and whale sharks.

Southwards from the usual boat mooring, you’ll find a wall.

To the north, a gradually descending plateau, and strong currents, making this spot a perfect one for some drifting, and for meeting with big pelagic coming to feed on the currents.
The reef, plateau, and wall are covered with spectacular and healthy species of corals, where reef fish, giant moray eels, and turtles come to hide and feed on the coral heads.
Divers from all levels can dive to this site; there are some tricky hazards for the more experienced ones such as caves and narrow passages, and amazing sights for the novices and the snorkelers.

The South Sinai peninsula 

  Is one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes and national parklands on the planet.

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.

The interior’s sheer granite peaks stretch to the Gulf of Aqaba’s shore, offering travelers a stunning vista of terrain.

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 Sinai’s protected areas.

Unfortunately, as tourism increased, beautiful areas like Mount Sinai’s summit appeared to be collapsing under the weight of careless tourists.

Therefore it should be each visitor’s care and consideration that contributes the most to conserving Sinai’s beauty.

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