Beaches in AlgiersEdit This
Each of the destinations in Algeria is unique, and is noted for its incredibly varied tourist attractions. Hence, there is no exception in the case of Algiers. Situated along the Mediterranean Coast, Algiers is the largest city as well as the capital of Algeria. Among many of its landmarks are Notre Dame d'Afrique, the Monument of Martyrs, the National Museum of Fine Arts, Ketchaoua Mosque, and the Masourah Fortress. Equally worth mentioning are the Algiers beaches such as Zeralda, Turquoise Coast, Sidi Fredj, Douaouda, and Palm Beach. All of them are within close proximity to Algiers, and provide endless options for the visitors to indulge in a variety of activities, with its exceptional, charming and pleasant setting.
Perhaps the first name that comes into the mind when one thinks about a beach vacation in Angiers would be Zeralda. Nestled in Algiers province, it is a beach resort whose prime highlight is a holiday village as well as a replica nomad village. Further, it is a great place to enjoy a number of such water sport activities as kite surfing, windsurfing, and skiing.
The Turquoise Coast lies to the east of Algiers, and boasts some of the most stupendous rocky bays and sandy beaches in the country. Drenched in natural beauty, its beaches are bounded by verdant vegetation such as olive trees, cork oaks, and cypress. Further, it is a Mecca for water sport lovers, and excellent facilities are made available here to enjoy including boat cruises, sailing, fishing, and skiing. You can also find a couple of resorts that offer quality accommodation facilities.
Sidi Fredj Peninsula
A vacation to Algeria would be incomplete without taking a tour to Sidi Fredj, as it has to its credit some of the world’s most magnificent beaches. Located within easy reach of Algiers, it serves as a perfect base to immerse yourself in a spectrum of water sport activities, from skiing and cruising to yachting, fishing, and kite surfing.
However, Sidi Fredj’s attractions are not restricted to its stupendous beaches, and points of interest here also include an old fortress, an open-air theatre, tennis courts, and a commercial centre. To add to the incredibility of the place, there are open leisure spots graced with lawns and landscaped gardens. Apart from these, Sidi Fredj is home to some world-class resorts that provide luxurious accommodation facilities.