Al-Shati Mosque is one of the mosques in the city of Port Said, and it is adjacent to the city's beach, from which it took its name.
The Beach Mosque was established by the Egyptian Armed Forces, and it was opened on the Armed Forces holidays in 1978.
It was designed by the Egyptian Army Corps of Engineers, after which a businessman rebuilt it in the style of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
And it expanded its area until it became the form it is now, and it was inaugurated on December 26, 2003 during the Port Said celebrations of Victory Day.
This mosque is considered one of the distinguished mosques of Port Said and one of its landmarks. It is located in Martyr Atef El-Sadat Street (Tarh El-Bahr), (Al-Manakh District).
On the shore of the Port Said Sea, and it is seen by ships coming to cross from the Suez Canal.