Madinat Makadi is a thriving holiday Egypt destination with an impressive variety of hotels and family resorts that provide something for everyone.
Makadi Bay has a long beach with a spectacular house reef and is the ideal setting for pure relaxation. Madinat Makadi offers the magnificent Red Sea and stunning beaches, majestic desert and surrounding mountains with breathtaking views.
Located just 30 km away from Hurghada International Airport, Madinat Makadi covers 617 acres of four and five-star hotels located directly on the beach along with essential services and entertainment venues including numerous Spas, a Championship Golf Course and Academy and a Tennis Academy under development.
Souk Makadi is at the centre of the Madinat Makadi complex. This beautifully designed and very modern shopping complex retains all the atmosphere of the traditional Arab Souk with more than 145 outlets catering for any taste, from gold jewelry to pure perfume oils or high quality cotton clothing.
A variety of shops, world class restaurants, gyms and health clubs, supermarkets and banks as well as modern medical facilities make Madinat Makadi the perfect Egypt package holiday destination.
Diving in Madinat Makadi
There are many wonderful reefs and wrecks all over the Red Sea which means no matter where you decide to go diving, you won’t be disappointed. Madinat Makadi/ Hurghada is suitable for all levels of ability or experience and is a genuine all year round diving destination. Makadi Bay itself features a spectacular house reef and the resort is not too far from the diving Mecca of Hurghada (just 30 kms from Hurghada airport) so some of the best dive sites in Hurghada are equally accessible from Madinat Makadi. The only difference lies in the nature of the accommodation and the travel time to reach some of the sites.
Most hotels in the Madinat Makadi resort have diving schools in-house or linked to the properties. Some may even offer discounts exclusively for hotel guests. Top dives include Small Giftun Island and Erg Somaya while star wrecks include the El Minya, the Colona IV and the Excalibur