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Hurghada windsurfing

Listed under Windsurfing in Hurghada, Egypt.

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Hurghada has flat water and good wind for most of the year, though summer is the best time to visit because stronger high presser systems produce more windy days.

Hurghada spans 40kms of mostly sandy coastline along the Red Sea and has become a popular European resort. It is also known as a diving destination because of its underwater gardens, local shipwrecks and warm water which supports a variety of marine life. Hurghada also has a reputation for being a party town.

Written by  JP Condella.

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