The North Coast is the strip located in the far north of Egypt, extending at a distance of 1050 km from the city of Rafah in eastern Sinai to Salloum in the far west of Egypt on the Libyan border on the Mediterranean coast, and is characterized by its blue waters and fine golden sand. But what is meant by terminology is what was known as the Mariout coast, which is the part located west of Alexandria, passing through Al-Hammam, Al-Alamein, Sidi Abdel Rahman, Dabaa, Fouka, Ras Al-Hikma, Marsa Matrouh, then Al-Nujaila, Sidi Barani, and even the Salloum crossing.

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