TAHET EL RIH BEACH, ANFEH

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June 15, 2018

Tahet el Rih beach or under the wind is a gorgeous simplified version of Mykonos, Greece with small white/turquoise wooden cabins and chalets. Wooden bridges, passages and balconies border the sea to give the visitors a gorgeous view of the clear water. In addition, wind wheels are spotted among the white cabins and they serve to pump sea water for salt extraction.

The water underneath the cabins is crystal clear to the point that you can clearly see the rocks at the bottom of the sea.

Ta7et el Ri7 beach is a free entrance public beach in Anfeh , but most of the chalets are private.

This is a list of cafe and restaurants where you can sunbath, have a lunch or just chillax under the sun of beautiful Anfeh.

– Chez Fouad restaurant Phone 70/830 117

– 3al Ba7er restaurant Phone: 70/554417

– Salim sur mer Phone 03/330472

– Paralia Bar Phone 78/955 811

– Istira7et al Khal Phone 03/306585

Anfeh Guesthouses:

Anfawiyat Guesthouse

Fleur du Sel Guesthouse

Marse Guesthouse


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