The Three Corners does not have direct access to its beach, which is about half a mile beyond the golf course, located between the private beaches of the Sofitel and the Marriott hotels. However, a direct shuttle bus to the beach, leaving every 10 to 15 minutes, along with the village's two blue shuttles, will quickly take you there (from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, and, as with any public transport, avoid peak hours!). The beach area is an extension of the hotel. The El Wekala has its own bar (included in the all-inclusive package), toilets, showers, and a second swimming pool that is not very large but much quieter than the one on the hotel grounds. Plastic deckchairs with cushions are provided on the beach, positioned in pairs under a woven parasol and protected by a windbreak.
Just like everywhere in Taba, the setting is especially attractive, with the coast of Saudi Arabia in sight across the clear, turquoise water. There are coral reefs just a few metres from the shore and you can swim around among them, as if you were in an aquarium. Time to put on your masks! Do be careful of your feet though, plastic sandals or diving footwear are strongly recommended. Simply getting into the water is unpleasant if you're barefoot because of the numerous stones in the sand.
Finally, as part of the Taba Heights resort village, the El Wekala provides guests with privileged access to its 2 mi beach and the Waterworld centre that offers snorkelling, diving, and numerous other water sports (with a supplement).