The Saadiyat Public Beach, covering about 400 metres, is set on the Saadiyat Island’s natural shores. Beachgoers can enjoy a relaxed day outdoors with the white sandy shores and clear blue waters, as well as a multitude of water sports and activities. The beach boasts an ideal location, where it is situated at the centre of the city. Although there's an entry fee, it is worth it as the fantastic facilities and services ensure that visitors have a luxurious and enjoyable day at the beach.
Al Sufouh Beach, also known as the ‘Hidden Beach,’ ‘Secret Beach,’ or ‘Black Palace Beach,’ is located between Burj Al Arab and Palm Jumeirah Island, Dubai. The beach gets its name because of the secret location which is accessible by a narrow sandy path running between the royal palaces of Al Sufouh. Because of the shallow waters, this beach is an ideal place for children to explore underwater with all the minimal facilities.
Abu Dhabi’s Corniche Beach, which opened in 2008, is one of the most popular beaches and tourist destinations in the city. The 8-kilometres long beach extends along the Corniche Road, starting from the Hilton Hotel to Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street. Other interesting attractions, such as the Marina Mall and the Presidential Palace are located nearby.
Stretched along the coast, south of the city's historic Al Faihidi district, this sandy white strip of sand is among the top beach destinations for the visitors of Dubai. The cluster of high-end resorts and properties such as Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park, Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) hotel adds grace to the lively waterfront. For adventure buffs, there is the facility for various watersports like jet skiing, kitesurfing and more. For a quiet day at the beach, visitors can rent sun loungers too.
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Ajman Beach is a picturesque seashore that attracts a considerable number of people on weekends and more frequently during the summer season. The beachfront has a long stretch of white sand beach and clear blue waters. One can also find an ample number of restaurants nearby to have a delicious meal after a fabulous time at the beach.
Tourists hoping to get a respite from the heat of Dubai choose to travel along the Sheikh Zayed Road towards Abu Dhabi to access the private beach of Ghantoot. The area is one of the most popular local spots for holding beach parties, yet it remains less crowded ordinarily with only about a handful of people at the beachfront on weekdays. It has turned out to be an open secret of Emiratis and Expat population who are often found heading out of the city to this fantastic beach. Sundown finds the crowd head towards the bar that can also be reached via the pool.
Also known as the Umm Suqeim Beach, this beach has the best view of the beautiful Burj Al Arab. Situated next to the Jumeirah beach hotel, Sunset Beach is ideal for morning and evening strolls, jogs and walks or just to watch the sunset. Located adjacent to Umm Suqeim Park, you can visit the lush green gardens of the park too. The beach has facilities like washrooms, changing rooms, shower rooms and Wi-fi services. Surf school UAE is run and operated on the sunset beach.
Burj Al Arab Beach is a public beach surrounding the stunning, world-famous hotel, Burj Al Arab. Located in the Umm Suqeim area, it is also locally known as Umm Suqeim Beach or Sunset Beach. This place is one of the most photographed areas in Dubai. The Burj Al Arab Beach, apart from being incredibly scenic, also attracts the crowd who just want to relax after a long day/week due to it's lesser crowded shores. Compared to other famous beaches, this beach is relatively empty, peaceful and is ideal for those who wish to revitalise and rediscover themselves.