This is in addition to the opening of many various new resorts and hotels of all scales.
Located overlooking the shores of the Suez Gulf at the entrance to the Red Sea, El Ain El Sokhna is located only 55 kilometers to the South of the Suez City, about 300 kilometers to the North of Hurghada, and only 100 kilometers to the East of Cairo, which makes it the nearest beach to the Egyptian capital.
El Ain El Sokhna, or the hot natural spring, took its name due to the presence of many sulphonic springs that would be great in curing many diseases. It is also famous for its wonderful beach and nice weather all year long. The first hotel to be established in Al Ain El Sokhna was in the 1960s. Today Egyptians and many tourists who are spending their vacations in Egypt enjoy the beaches of the city served by the highest levels and hotels and services.
The most remarkable highlights of Al Ein El Sokhna include the Sulphur water springs, Gabal El Jalala Mountains for adventures, and the two most ancient monasteries in Egypt.