El-Alamein Resort "a Former Battlefield"
About 104 - KM. West of Alexandria lies a unique city, EL-Alamein, forming a bottleneck in the
Famed for the decisive victory of the Allies over the Axis forces in the WWII North Africa
campaign, El-Alamein is located half-way between Alexandria and Marsa Matrouh on the
Egyptian North Coast.
Today, it is home to war memorials, the British Memorial, the German Memorial and the Italian
Memorial, as well as cemeteries, and landmarks reminiscent of this important part of the town
history. What's not to forget is that El-Alamein was also once described by Churchill himself as
having the best climate in the world! It has thus normally become the favorite sun and sand
upscale destination of Egyptian tourists on the White Med, and foreigners are following the trend
and invading the upscale resorts that are growing like mushrooms on this stretch of coastal
The temperature is ranging between 22-30 °C in the summer months, while drops between 17-09
°C in winter months.
In the Greco-Roman period, when Aphrodite /later Venus (goddess of love and beauty) was
worshipped there, EL-Alamein was known as Locassis, meaning the white shell, named after its
superb white sandy beaches..
Today, most elites Egyptians, and Foreigners, especially joined frequent charter flights flock to
enjoy the sandy white beaches of the Luxury Resort El-Alamein