Safaga

Is a town in Egypt, on the shoreline of the Red Sea, found 53 km south of Hurghada. This little port is additionally a traveler region that comprises of a few homes and rest houses, hotels, Having various phosphate mines, it is viewed as the phosphates fare focus. A cleared street of 164 km associates Safaga to Qena of Upper Egypt. Safaga was a marine port associated by a standard journey transport administration line.

The port town was established between 282 BC and 268 BC called Philotera by the Greek Egyptian Pharaoh Ptolemy II Philadelphus, who named the town out of appreciation for his perished sister.