From the clear blue waters of the Red Sea, through to the dramatic mountains of South Sinai, the region is today home to some of the world's most popular tourist destinations.
Far removed from its origins as a series of small, remote fishing villages, the resorts of Sharm El Sheikh, Nabq Bay, Dahab and Taba are now amongst the worlds most popular tourist destinations.
On the back of this 20 year boom in tourism throughout the region, there has been a large increase in demand for property throughout the region, particularly around the more developed resorts of Sharm El Sheikh and Nabq Bay. Offering residents lower prices and year round sunshine, the Sinai Peninsula is now home to a large expatriate community of residents from destinations including the UK, Russia and many other european countries.
Despite the recent political upheaval in Egypt, the Sinai Peninsula has remained a popular tourist destination, and as the dust gradually begins to settle on the region, demand for property in Sharm El Sheikh and the other resorts is now showing signs of recovery.