Sharm el-Luli beach in the resort town of Marsa Alam in the Red Sea governorate came third in a TripAdvisor ranking for the top 10 beaches in the Middle East in 2017.
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The readers' comments described Sharm el-Luli beach as "paradise on Earth", saying that vacationing there was the best decision they had made in their lives.
The same beach was ranked 13th in a list of the world's most beautiful beaches by TripAdvisor in 2016.
The Red Sea governorate said in a statement on Saturday that this selection allows reserve Egypt to a place among the most beautiful beaches in the Middle East.