Timings : 24 hours open
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : Free
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Jazirat al-Hamra is a small rustic fishing village exhibiting the lifestyle of the region before the discovery of oil. Abandoned and left to the work of nature, it is also one of the most well preserved and oldest coastal villages of U.A.E with roots dating back to 16th century.
Inhabitants of the village made their living mainly through pearl diving and fishing. As they left the place in 1968, the dry desert weather conditions helped preserve the area. The key highlight of the village is the coral black houses built in traditional way along with mosques, wind towers, shops and schools.