El Gouna is an Egyptian visitor resort, created and possessed by Samih Sawiris and Orascom Hotels and Development, dating from 1989. It is situated on the Red Sea in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt, 20 kilometers 12 miles north of Hurghada. It is a piece of the Red Sea Riviera. El Gouna spends significant time in watersports, including scuba jumping, windsurfing, kitesurfing, waterskiing, parasailing and swimming. There are a few shorelines: including Zeytuna Beach situated without anyone else island, Mangroovy Beach, Moods Beach and other inn shorelines.
A system of channels enables numerous houses to have their own portion of shoreline, even many meters inland. The greater parts of these waterways are crossed by little stone extensions. There are three primary zones in El Gouna, Downtown, Tamr Henna Square and the Abu Tig Marina. There are 18 inns some of which were outlined by the American engineer Michael Graves with 2,895 rooms evaluated from three star to five stars. Notwithstanding a six-star lodging called La Maison Bleue situated by the Abu Tig Marina Extension.
El Gouna has a completely prepared doctor's facility that can deal with numerous therapeutic medicines including dentistry, plastic medical procedure, pediatrics, ophthalmology and general medical procedure. It additionally includes an emergency unit a decompression chamber if there should arise an occurrence of jumping mishaps. The town has the El Gouna International School, a ground of the TU Berlin an Environmental Geographic Information System and a little private airplane terminal for sanction air ship.