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Hadaba near Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh

Hadaba near Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh

Hadaba is a quiet, sun soaked resort on the outskirts of Sharm el Sheikh. Hadaba’s wide range of hotels and holiday villas are situated in beautiful locations on the Ras Om Sid promontory. Staying at Hadaba, holiday residents are a five minute taxi or bus ride to Naama Bay, the bustling heart of beach and dive hot spot Sharm el Sheikh.


Hadaba near Naama Bay is not only an appealing relaxed destination for tourists, but also famous with Sharm’s prime residential area the Marine Club Villas. Buildings are 2 or 3 storey individually owned villas, studios and apartments by various nationalities and mostly let on long term agreements for residents in Sharm. Prices in Hadaba are affordable yet some properties are more exclusive with outstanding design and breathtaking sea views. Most businesses outside the hotels and diving fields are located in Hadaba. This neighborhood is completely self-sufficient and also has public transportation, which makes it very easy to move around. Available Services: Supermarkets Malls Cafés Pharmacies Hotels Banks Nurseries & Schools Church Mosque Public transportation.

Holidays to Hadaba

Hadaba will appeal to families, groups or couples seeking a quiet holiday base, but within easy reach of shops, markets, restaurants and exciting nightlife at nearby Naama Bay. Major hotels at Hadaba provide access to private beaches below via stairways or modern lifts. Most also have pools, health spas, and onsite bars and restaurants, and evening entertainment in the form of live music and themed Egyptian evening are often hosted in the hotels. Staying at Hadaba resort, visitors can take the plunge as part of an organised dive to explore the exotic reefs and rich tropical marine life of the Red Sea. You can also snorkel, windsurf, or venture into the desert landscape inland for a jeep safari or camel trek. The Sinai Peninsula in Egypt is rarely without sunshine and warmth, so Hadaba and the surrounding bays of the Sharm el Sheikh coastline will appeal all year round.

Hadaba is known as "The Cliff" in Arabic accent, it relates to an elevated area. Hadaba is a residential area elevated above the sea. When you visit here you will find that this place is really exotic filled with varied activities and things to do, local markets and night time shows like, Alf Leila Wa Leila, hosting traditional Egyptian dancers and other entertainment shows, Il Mercato shopping center with restaurants, cafes, bars and hosting an abundance of shops offering designer clothing and items for those who like to shop, there is an Aqua Park with many slides and pools, other activities include camel rides, jeep and quad safari's and diving centres, for those who like to spend there time below sea level and there are fantastic sandy beaches for those who just want to relax and enjoy the sun. Hadaba is one of the more relaxing places of Sharm el Sheikh and has been carved with pure Egyptian culture.
hadaba beach
The coast around Hadaba features some of the most impressive and diverse dive sites in the world. Dive schools along Sharm el Sheikh’s coast cater for all levels of dive experience, and there are also jetties from the beaches, which allow easy access for snorkelling. The excellent Ras Mohammed Marine Park is within easy reach from Hadaba. This is both a terrestrial and an aquatic nature reserve, where the Gulf of Suez meets the Gulf of Aqaba at the Sinai Peninsula’s southern extremity. It covers 480 square kilometres and is home to some of the world's greatest reef dives, including Shark and Yolanda.

Hadaba, Sharm El Sheikh - Eearly 80's
Located approximately 5 km away from Naama Bay, the residential area of Hadaba consists of five main sections; Aida, Marina Club, Cliff, Tower, and Delta. This neighborhood is completely self-sufficient as it has everything, from supermarkets and pharmacies to hair salons.

Ras Um Sid and Hadaba Beach

Go for Ras Um Sid and Hadaba. Ras Um Sid is at the tip of a small peninsula of land. The middle area of the peninsula is known as Hadaba. A popular areas for hotels, but not so much in the way of night life here. However, a taxi to Na'ama Bay takes about 10 minutes and costs approx £3. The snorkelling at Ras Um Sid is very good. About 10 minutes by walking and they run a free bus their and back approx 5/6 times a day. The corals here are amazing, and if your not very confident in the water like you can hire a life jacket for £2.00 at the beach or the hotel shop sell them for about £9.00. Find more:

Last Updated on Saturday 15th January 2011