Nabq coastal is considered to be the largest on the Gulf of Aqaba. It extends over an area of 600 square kilometers and contains almost 134 plants. The area is a unique combination of landscapes, with high mountains, surrounding numerous Wadis (valleys). Nabq's coral reef are very different from Ras Mohammed, nevertheless its coral reefs are extremely rich and easy to reach from the shore.
- An old shipwreck lies at the far end of the bay
- Valuable breeding areas with habitats for both birds and fish
- Sand dunes
- Many plants and animals (including Gazelle and Ibex)