Eilat is a modern city located between the desert of Negev, Egypt and Jordan state, developed just after the Second World War, and is also the only Israel port in the Red Sea. It's a free trade zone, point of arrive and departure of the minerals of the Red Sea and the Egyptian petrol. What really makes Eilat a touristic place is its natural patrimony, in particular its sea park called Coral Reef, ideal for swimmer and divers. White sand beaches complete this great natural environment. In the Coral World Underwater Observatory a traveller can admire and observe corals from a real underwater hall. Another exciting activity, always connected to the sea, can be done at the Dolphin Reef, where swimmers can live the great experience to swim together with the dolphins. Because of its modern character, Eilat offers also an exciting nightlife.