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Makadi Bay holidays 2020
Perched on the edge of the glittering Red Sea, Makadi Bay makes the perfect holiday destination for those seeking sun, sea and stunning scenery. It may be one of Egypt’s top resorts but it isn’t overrun with tourists, so you can expect a truly relaxing break under the beating Egyptian sun. Located between the nearby resorts of Hurghada and Safaga, you’ll never be short of things to do, even if all that glorious sunbathing gets too much, if that’s even possible. Perhaps you'd like to treat yourself to a day of massages and skin treatments at one of the high-quality spas close to the beach. Or, if you’re feeling a bit more active, check out the resort’s incredible marine life on a snorkelling trip which will take you to the nearby island of Giftun. Spend the afternoon gazing at the colourful shoals of fish and playful dolphins - you’ll probably never want to come home. If you're in need of a getaway in 2020, then consider a holiday in Makadi Bay; you certainly won’t regret it!
Makadi Bay at a glance
Discover the best beaches
Make the most of the sunny days by spending your time along Makadi Bay's sandy shores
Perfect for watersports
One of the best spots for diving, explore the deep waters of Makadi Bay
Amazing all inclusive resorts
Treat yourself and go all inclusive for your Makadi Bay holiday
Rest & relaxation
It's not hard to just chill out during your trip to Makadi Bay, so take it easy and enjoy every moment
Don't miss a beat and head to the resort's championship golf course for a game or two
A fairly quiet resort with great family-friendly hotels and beaches, families love Makadi Bay!
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Things to do in Makadi Bay
The main pull of a holiday in Makadi Bay is the incredible all-year-round climate. Plonk yourself on the beach and you’re guaranteed to return home feeling sun-kissed and refreshed, having enjoyed a holiday in Egyptian paradise. If you’re into golf, then you’ll be fully catered for here. There are a few courses nearby to choose from, as well as a 72-par championship course, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Non-golfers don’t fret, there’s far more on offer in Makadi Bay. Embark on a boat trip out on the Red Sea and you’ll be amazed by secret coves you find. Dive into the beautiful clear water and feel the stresses and strains of home life floating away. For a real adventure, take a trip to the sand dunes close by where you can drive off-road vehicles over the mounds, or even hop onboard a camel. Either way you’re bound to make memories that will last for a lifetime.
It would be very easy to spend a week-long holiday in Makadi Bay firmly planted on the beach. It really is a gorgeous sandy paradise, where the water appears to sparkle throughout the whole day. All you need to do is find the perfectly located parasol to claim as your own, and simply focus on relaxing. Get stuck into a good book, or plug yourself in to some chilled tunes and feel yourself gradually unwinding. Grab your snorkelling gear and head into the water where you’ll find some beautiful exotic fish to admire. There is an impressive coral reef close to the shore, so be sure to watch your feet on the sharp edges. You’ll quickly see why Makadi Bay is a diver’s paradise; there’s so much to see under the surface. Once back on dry land there’s no shortage of cafes and bars to source a refreshing drink from. Then, head back to your sun lounger and continue with your strenuous afternoon under the gorgeous Egyptian sun. It’s a tough life.
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