Aqaba is Jordan's only port city, located on the Gulf of Aqaba in the extreme south of the country.Aqaba is Jordan's window on the Red Sea.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The capital of United Arab Emirates and the largest city in range and population is Abu Dhabi. It is known for its parks and beautiful beaches, especially for the traditional markets. Noteworthy is the hospitality of the local people, who show to visitors their traditions and lifestyle willingly.
Bahrain officially the Kingdom of Bahrain is an Arab constitutional monarchy in the Persian Gulf. It is an island country consisting of a small archipelago centered around Bahrain Island, situated between the Qatar peninsula and the north eastern coast of Saudi Arabia.
Busselton is a city located in the South West region of Western Australia. It is repeatedly voted as Western Australia's top tourist town and it know for the turquoise waters and white sands.
Doha is the capital city of the state of Qatar. It is located on the eastern coast of the peninsula of Qatar and the Persian Gulf. The name "Doha" came from the Arabic ad-dawha, "the big tree." The reference might be to a prominent tree that stood at the site where the original fishing village arose. Doha is one of the world's fastest-developing countries.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Sandy beaches, sun, shopping and enjoynment, there are all in Dubai. Spend a morning at a busy traditional bazaar, such as "Gold Bazaar", one of the largest retail gold markets in the world. After that visit a modern department store with a variety of duty free items before escaping into a nearby beach in the afternoon.
Don't forget to have a look to the unique hotel Jumeirah Burj Al Arabica - shaped like a yacht, 321 meters high, one of the most impressive attractions of modern Middle East.
For those who want to spend a relaxing time enjoying special beaches with colored water, the three Emirates are ideal. Therefore, after all, Emirates experienced a significant tourist growth in recent years. In Fujairah exept swimming, you can also do scuba diving.
Haifa is a diverse city, a port which is a gateway to the Holy Land and a crucible of religions and cultures. Every point of the city offers a spectacular view - from the beaches and the curved bay to the forests of Mount Carmel. Start your trip from city center and visit the colorful villages Ntrougk where you will find friendly faces and will get lost in handicraft markets. On the walls of the cave of Prophet Elia, a place of pilgrimage for thousands of Christians, Muslims and Jews will see dedications that have left believers for centuries. Do not forget to visit the magnificent Temple and the Gardens of Bahai, one of the most popular attraction in Haifa.
The port of Safaga is located 37 km away from the omonymous town, with several tourist villages, charming hotels and excellent fish restaurants, ideal destination for those who love diving.
Istanbul is not only the meeting point of Europe and Asia, but also the place where history meets the modern world. Mosques, racecourses, luxurious palaces of Old Istanbul and what remains of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empire, will go you back in time. Admire amazing cultural and sacred sites such as the Agia Sophia. Visit the Dolmabahce Palace and see how the sultans of the Ottoman Empire were living.
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Jeddah is Saudi Arabia’s buzzing cosmopolitan hub, home to gleaming hotels and big-ticket events like the Red Sea International Film Festival, which takes place in late winter. The city’s heart is still intact in Al Balad, the magical historical quarter that has undergone a renaissance in recent years. And the Red Sea is still central to it all — for trade, for diving among pristine reefs, and for fishing for Jeddah’s legendary seafood. The city where Eve was laid to rest (according to local lore) is a beguiling mix of old and new, and one that remains gloriously different.
Khasab is a city of Oman on the edge of the cape Mousantam and is known as the " Norway of Arabia " , because of the terrain of the area . The Khasab was built by Portuguese in the early 17th century during the edge of their presence in the region.
The magnificent Muscat, Oman's capital, has all the features of a modern city in an environment full of natural beauties. In Muscat you will find beautiful beaches but also mountains and canyons, worthwhile to explore. Also, the wonderful depths of the region will amaze the lovers of diving. Some of the sightseeings are the Old Town, the port Moutrach and the shopping district Rougoui, which is one of the most popular spots in the region.
Limassol, located on the southern coast of Cyprus, is the island's second-largest city and one of the largests mediterranean port.
Limassol has a long histoty dating back to ancient times. Subsequently the island had been occupied by Byzantines, Venetians, Ottomans and British, who all left their traces to the culture of the town. Some of the sightseeings are the medieval castle, built by the Byzantines, the Archaeological Museum, the Folk Art Museum and the Public Garden, on the coastal road, with a variety of vegetation and a small zoo.
Sir Bani Yas, UAE
Sir Bani Yas is a natural island located southwest of Abu Dhabi, the capital of theUnited Arab Emirates. Located just off the shore of the Western region of Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas island was originally home to Arabia's largest wildlife reserve. Thanks to decades of conservation work and ecological investment, it is now home to thousands of large free-roaming animals and several million trees and plants. A bird sanctuary as well as a wildlife reserve, Sir Bani Yas showcases nature through activities such as adventure safaris, kayaking, mountain biking, archery, hiking and snorkeling.