Where many might shy away, the most savvy property investors are looking towards Egypt in light of the recent crisis to purchase Sharm el Sheikh property. The record drop in value in the Egyptian Pound means that it has never been a better time to buy in successful tourist resorts either for a holiday home or buy to let investment.
Egypt’s Port Ghalib Red Sea has been recognised by the prestigious New York Times as one of the top 41 list must-visit destinations of 2011.
For winter fun that doesn’t involve snow and ice, Port Ghalib Red Sea on Egypt’s fashionable Red Sea Riviera offers a host of sports and activities sure to please and delight.
Luxury aficionados seeking an alternative to popular and crowded Egyptian destinations, such as Sharm El Sheik, need look no further than Port Ghalib Red Sea.
With news of more travel companies and airlines going bust, buying a holiday home has become a safe investment for those seeking a place in the sun.
If you’re looking for a holiday after the 2010 festivities then Port Ghalib Red Sea, Egypt offers the perfect holiday escape this winter. The luxury five star deluxe InterContinental The Palace Port Ghalib Resort is offering couples the ultimate romantic retreat, a welcome escape from the January blues.
Egypt’s leading developer and operator of luxury destination resorts, the Amer Group, has launched its latest Egyptian development Porto South Beach. Located in the heart of ‘Ain Sokhana’ on the warm waters of the Red Sea, and just 130km from Cairo, the resort’s destination offers access to one of Egypt’s best kept secrets.
Egypt’s leading developer and operator of luxury destination resorts, the Amer Group, has launched a new vacation ownership concept at three of its resorts – Porto Marina, Porto Marina Golf and Porto Sokhna.
For those seeking a second home in the sun, Egypt offers good and quick access from Europe, an idyllic year round climate and cheap property prices.
Despite the global downturn, it seems that Egypt remains one of the most sought-after holiday destinations with a 13% increase in the number of British visitors according to the latest data from the ONS's International Passenger Survey.
The Amer Group is delighted to have won the Gold award in the Best Developer, Egypt category at the OPP Awards for Excellence 2010.
Port Ghalib Red Sea International Marina has won the award for the best tourist port in Egypt for the fifth consecutive year.
Egypt may indeed border the Mediterranean Sea but Ministers remain confident that the debt crisis which has affected other nearby European tourism destinations such as Greece has not negatively impacted the Egyptian economy.
Egypt's Red Sea coast is regarded as one of the world's finest diving destinations and now with dive tourism identified by the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) as one of the fastest growing tourism sectors, demand for homes in this diving mecca is growing.
The Red Sea resort of Hurghada in Egypt is set for a boost as plans for a new terminal at the international airport are announced.
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