Ras Sudr is popular with Egyptians and ex-pats from Cairo as a Red Sea get-away destination. There are many fenced-off holiday villages along the coast before and after Ras Sudr with privately owned apartments, and also some luxury resorts. Ras Sudr is rarely visited from abroad.
The town center consists of a shopping street running between the Cairo-Sharm el Sheikh road and the coast.
|Getting there and around
Ras Sadr is on the main Cairo-Sharm el Sheikh road so many buses and micro-buses pass through.
There are a few resorts along the coast and some other accommodation, mostly catering for Egyptians and ex-pats from Cairo.
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|Food and drinks
There are a few simple restaurants and cafés in Ras Sudr, catering mostly for locals living in the area and serving traditional Egyptian food. There are also a few road-side cafeterias and restaurants before and after town catering for visitors.
There are a handful of operators who provide services such as kite and windsurfing.
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