Marsa Matrouh

All About Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh is a secluded gem nestled along Egypt's Mediterranean coastline. With its sprawling sandy white beaches and crystalline waters, including Agiba Beach and Gharam Beach, often hailed as among the world's most breathtaking coastal landscapes, the notion that Cleopatra herself once graced the serene waters of Marsa Matrouh takes hold. The famed Cleopatra's Beach remains accessible to this day, a testament to its enduring allure. The coastal Mediterranean climate bestows upon the town a temperate quality in summer and a gentle coolness in winter, making May and September the ideal months to explore. The waters' hues transition from captivating blues to serene greens, a result of the varying depths within Matrouh's bay. The diverse underwater terrain, replete with mountains, valleys, and a spectrum of vibrant fish species, offers a mesmerising aquatic realm. Marsa Matrouh finds its place in the north-western corner of Egypt, a historical locale where even the famed Desert Fox, Erwin Rommel, selected a cave along the shore to oversee operations during the Battle of El-Alamein. The town's average temperatures oscillate, reaching summertime highs of 28°C and wintertime lows of 13°C, making it a versatile destination throughout the year.
Marsa Matrouh

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