Port Said is a governorate of Egypt located in the northeast of the country, on the bank of the Suez Canal, on the Mediterranean Coast. It is border with Ismailia Governorate from the south, North Sainai from the east, and Damietta from the west and covers about 1344.96 km. This location makes it one of the important trade points in Egypt, the linking point between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, and the gateway for the Suez Canal. Port Said is a popular summer resorts highly admired for its magnificent weather throughout the year, its beaches of white soft sand and its crystal clear water.
It encloses a large number of hotels and villas of all services that ensure all possible means of ease and relaxation for its visitors. On top of the monumental places in Port Said are El Farma Area and El Tannis Area. Port Said Free Zone is one of the major trade centers in Egypt that is provided with all essential services and infrastructure for attracting new investment projects to the governorate. The major economic resources for the governorate are trade, logistic services and spinning and weaving some other food industries.