The name Ain El Sokhna (which translates as ‘hot springs’) refers to the nearby sulfur springs that flow from Ataqa Mountain. Being a year-round sunshine destination with gentle waves of the clear Red Sea.
Its crystal waters and pristine beaches are the reason why Ain El Sokhna is known as a center for deep- sea fishing, and famous for its wind and kite surfing too.
Beaches and water sports aren’t only what this tourist resort has to offer you, as it is also a favorite spot for.
For those who want to cram in some sightseeing, there are appealing options: One of the world’s greatest feats of engineering, the Suez Canal , is less than an hour’s drive away.