Holidays to Egypt offer good value for money, according to one newspaper.

Anyone who is unsure of where to jet off to for a bargain break this summer should consider Egypt, one newspaper has advised.

According to the Times, Egypt is the second-best value sun and sand destination within easy reach of the UK this year.

The variety and number of all-inclusive resorts in Sharm el Sheikh makes it an ideal spot to catch some rays without breaking the bank.

For anyone who is looking for a getaway that is off the beaten track, the publication suggested Marsa Matruh, a popular bolthole among the locals.

However, the Red Sea Riviera offers more to holidaymakers than just sunshine and sandy beaches.

Adventurous travellers may want to try their hand at a number of water sports on offer in the region.

The area is particularly popular among scuba divers due to its coral reefs and intact ship wrecks.

Last month, the British Sub-Aqua Club noted that the Red Sea boasts “beautiful aquamarine coral reefs with fantastic marine life”.

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