Not so long ago, Marsa Alam has been a small fishing village, located on the west side of the Redindex.html-0036_small.JPG style="float: right"> Sea, and the Arabian Desert... Recently, with the opening of its International Airport in 2001, Marsa Alam has become a breath-taking tourist destination on the Red Sea Riviera, in fact it's now competing with the very popular resorts of Sharm ElSheikh and Hurghada.
Located on the crossroads of the Arabian Desert, and the Red Sea, Marsa Alam is a paradise with its palm trees, mangroves, and sea coasts fringed with barrier coral reefs.
Situated in the heart of Marsa Alam long coast, Cupidon Resort, with a 300m sea façade, is heaven to scuba divers; they love it, for its well preserved diving sites lying within un-touched bed of coral reefs. The sight of spinner dolphins, dugongs, and hammerhead sharks is frequent for those who love to venture into its amazing water… In fact, the Dolphin House is just located near by the hotel in the middle of the sea, so you can't miss that.
can't be more than perfect for sun worshippers, across the winter and summer months.
Cupidon Resort, lying 19kms north to Marsa Alam town and 250kms south to Hurghada city, offers a unique blend of favorite holiday experiences for its guests, ranging from adventurous to historical experiences, making it easy for guests to tailor made their holidays…
Being on the crossroad of Marsa Alam coast, Cupidon Resort offers to its tourists numerous in-land sites and attractions as in the Emerald Mines and the Temple of Seti I at Khanais. Only in 2 hours drive, tourists can live the old adventures of the Temple of Horus, in Edfo.
If you are looking for desert adventures, Cupidon Resort is the ideal place, for its easy and fast access to the valleys, and the very traditional Bedouin – inspired encampments, and Desert Safaris.