Dahab is an Egyptian city that is located in the south of Sinai
Dahab is an Egyptian city that is located in the south of Sinai and lies on the Gulf of Aqaba. It is about 100 km from Sharm El Sheikh and 87 km from Nuweiba. The city is divided into two parts. The first is located in the south and is called the village of Al-Asla. It is famous for the simple Bedouin life. The second section is located north and is the spirit and pulse of the city because it includes commercial markets and recreational areas. The city is famous for its pristine beaches and coral reefs.