Red Sea Riviera
With a flight of less than five hours from the UK, you could soon be at the centre of a cultural treasure.
With sun drenched beaches and an abundance of ancient sites to explore, Egypt has a welcoming year-round climate that will quickly melt those winter blues away.
Our holiday pick – Sharm El Sheikh
On the eastern coast of mainland Egypt, the Red Sea Riviera boasts modern resorts set along unbelievably clear blue waters, providing you with spectacular opportunities for snorkelling and diving.
An wealth of modern hotels give you great value for money and there is something to suit families and couples alike.
The majority are based on all inclusive board, although some of the 5* accommodations offer bed and breakfast only.
7 nights in Sharm El Sheikh at a 4* hotel, with all inclusive board and flights included is an average of £589 per person. Pop into your local East of England Co-op travel branch to get the most up-to-date offers – including fantastic deals on late bookings.
Take advantage of all that the Red Sea Riviera has to offer with our pre-bookable excursions.
For an evening of award-winning live entertainment, stylish restaurants and bars, take a trip to the heart of the Savoy Resort on White Knight Beach – SOHO Square.
Experience an Egyptian feast before being entertained by traditional belly dancers on an Arabian Nights trip, or haggle for your holiday gifts at the lively Naama Bay.
Travel a little further afield and go off road with a jeep safari across the Hurghada Desert to visit a Bedouin Village, or relax with a cooling drink at the marina.
"Just returned from the Grand Resort Hotel, Hurghada. The hotel was very nice, plenty of choice when it came to the food and restaurants. Rooms were good, had one on the quiet side of the hotel. The beach just across the road was also really very good. We thoroughly enjoyed the trip, and the excursion on the Seascope Submarine took us to see the underwater wonders of the Red Sea, this was amazing."
Mr & Mrs Potter - The Grand Resort Sharm El Sheikh, March 2015