Situated south of Hurghada lays Makadi Bay in a quiet, peaceful location, ideal for a relaxing holiday. There are long sandy beaches, and a spectacular house reef just off the shore, perfect for snorkelling. The exclusive golf course, the longest in the region, is one of Makadi Bay's highlights, offering stunning views.
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The wind in the Red Sea is created by the difference in temperature between the land and sea. In Makadi Bay this is accelerated by the mountain range and more by Giftun Island offshore. The wind tends to gain strength throughout the day, though often starts early and blows constantly throughout the day. In the summer months, from May to Oct, the average wind is around 19 knots with the afternoons sometimes getting up to 25 / 30 (especially in September)!
There are no set areas for kitesurfing and windsurfing in Makadi Bay. The ocean is yours to enjoy, without worrying about drifting out of designated areas.
The whole bay is flat water, ideal for beginners and intermediates. The area is ideal for speed freaks alike, especially as Makadi Bay is one of the less crowded places in Egypt.
The nightlife in Makadi bay is not the liveliest, as the majority of the bars and restaurants are within a hotel. Though the town centre is within walking distance, where you can find a selection of bars and restaurants, plus shops selling a variety of goods.
Being conveniently situated 26Km away from another of our resorts, Hurghada, you have the added option for a really lively nightlife. Hurghada has a lively town, with some really good night clubs, such as Ministry of Sound. The taxis are also cheap allowing you to visit Hurghada soley for the nightlife.
Makadi Bay is a good family holiday resort. We feature a selection of hotels which host kids clubs, and allow you to make the most of the great conditions.
Besides kitesurfing and windsurfing, Makadi Bay host lots of other activities. Bearing in mind the extent of activities often depends on your choice of hotel, as some are within hotels.
Diving is also popular in Makadi Bay, with the option of both shore and boat diving. On land there are loads of tours that can be organised. Other sports include tennis, cycling, and horse riding.