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Pickalbatros Hotels & Resorts offers a diverse portfolio of exceptional destinations, including captivating locations in Hurghada, Sahl Hasheesh, Marsa Alam, Sharm El Sheikh, and Morocco each designed to fulfill guests' travel dreams. With a legacy spanning over 30 years and a presence in magical destinations, Pickalbatros Hotels & Resorts is committed to creating unforgettable memories and magical moments for every traveler.
Marrakesh, the "Red City" of Morocco, combines modern and historic facets in its 230 square kilometer expanse. Its ochre buildings tell tales of the past, while the towering minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque symbolizes Morocco's rich religious history. The city's heart pulses in the narrow, vibrant streets of the UNESCO-listed Medina, teeming with shops, street performers, and stunning architecture. Djemaa El Fna, the city's central square, mesmerizes with its unique spectacle of snake charmers and musicians. Attractions like the ornate Bahia Palace and the city's elegant gardens narrate stories of grandeur. As a jurisdiction hub, Marrakesh houses significant courtrooms. The city's exotic allure is amplified by the aroma of spices, taste of dates, and refreshing mint tea.
Taghazout, located in the Souss-Massa region of Morocco, was once a small fishing village but has transformed into a popular surfing and beach destination since the 1990s. Nestled on the Atlantic coast and 20km north of Agadir, Taghazout is now the central town in a commune comprising several villages in the hinterland, home to approximately 10,000 residents. Economic life, based on fishing and agriculture initially, now revolves around tourism, especially water sports. Despite having no particular attractions besides its beaches and old town, Taghazout serves as an ideal base for day tours into its rugged, mountainous hinterland. The town has undergone significant modernization, attracting people from different regions of Morocco, but still retains its Berber roots. Its charm derives from its blend of cultures, favorable climate, and surf-friendly beaches, making it not just a spot on the map but a lifestyle for many.
Stretching 40 km along the Red Coast, Hurghada is a beach town in Egypt, located 600 km from Cairo. It is known for its stunning coral reefs and turquoise waters. One of Egypt's main tourist attractions, Hurghada, which once used to be a fishing village, is now known for its nightlife, holiday resorts, beaches and water sports activities.
Hurghada offers numerous adventure activities like cruising along the Red Sea to Giftun islands, quad biking in the Sahara desert, or a glass-bottom boat ride with amazing corals. Also known for its watersports, Hurghada has some of the best numerous diving and snorkeling sites around Abu Ramada Island, Giftun Island, and Fanadir. Tourists also like to visit the shipwrecks at El Mina and Rosalie Moller.
The city of Marsa Alam is a jewel among Egyptian tourist destinations. This quiet coastal town offers the best of both worlds — a perfect respite from the crowded streets of Cairo, as well as sunny beaches and pristine coral reefs for active holidaymakers wishing to experience scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing. The city’s coastline runs 217 kilometers.
Due to its crystal clear water and white sandy beaches, it is also known as the “Egyptian Maldives”. Among the most famous beaches around Marsa Alam is Abu Dabab beach. In Abu Dabab, turtles are a common sight. For tourists who seek to see something less typical, there is marine wildlife like crocodile fish and octopuses. It’s also the perfect destination for kite-surfing enthusiasts.
Sharm El Sheikh is an Egyptian resort town nestled in the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea. Known for its coral reefs, sheltered sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Sharm El Sheikh is one of the best diving spots in the world. It is also regarded as the city of peace.
Sharm El Sheikh is full of places like Ras Mohammed and Tiran Island, renowned for great scuba diving experiences. The serenity of vacationing in this town is beyond the city life. There are many historical sites like St. Catherine's Monastery, Sharm Old Market and Al-Sahaba Mosque. Desert Safari and Camel Trekking in the magical Sinai desert is also popular here.
This place is ideal for people who like minimalistic vacations in the lap of nature. To experience the local culture, wander around the Old Town. This beach destination is now known for its mesmerizing landscapes of the beaches and the Sinai Peninsula, which is a desert mountain range nearby.
Sahl Hasheesh, known as "The Jewel of the Red Sea," is situated only 20 kilometers south of Hurghada airport along the captivating Red Sea. This destination offers sun-kissed waters, a year-round summer climate, and golden sandy beaches. It effortlessly combines the enchantment of ancient folklore with modern-day dreams and desires. Sahl Hasheesh is a place that can be both vibrant and lively, as well as serene and peaceful. The town's architectural style draws inspiration from exquisite Arabian and Mediterranean palaces and buildings, showcasing a timeless Mediterranean charm. As the premier tourist resort on the Red Sea Coast, Sahl Hasheesh is a picturesque coastal town that is considered part of Hurghada, the capital of the Red Sea governorate. It truly is a delightful and beautiful place to live in.
Lifestyle in Sahl Hasheesh
If you're a beach lover, Sahl Hasheesh is the perfect destination for you! It offers a relaxing and laid-back atmosphere with abundant sunshine. Plus, you can bask in beautiful sunny weather all year round. The weather in Sahl Hasheesh is delightful, with mild winters and hotter summers. Regardless of the season, you can enjoy the magnificent Red Sea. Its crystal-clear waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving, allowing you to explore breathtaking coral reefs teeming with a variety of fish, dolphins, and turtles. The underwater world of Sahl Hasheesh is truly enchanting.