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Top 10 beaches in Dubai
Dubai’s Middle-Eastern Emirate may be well known as a destination for luxury travel, but it also has thousands and thousands of fine-sand beverages. These beaches are situated on the warm, aqua-blue Persian Gulf, which turns this area into a real beach resort.
While several beaches are private and linked to luxurious residential communities or hotels, there are a lot of public beaches provided by the government. Most Dubai beaches are human-made, so they are flat and broad, with white sand and soft sand. Select the best place to relax on the coast with our list of Dubai’s top beaches.
1. JBR Open Beach
Dubai’s largest beach remains the best. The massive open beach JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residence) stretches across the JBR area. Although some parts are for hotels, the majority of them are open wide. Every few hundred yards there are full facilities (kept clean spotlessly) and shops for snacks and food. The water is warm and beautiful blue-green and the sand is fluffy white, powdy soft. There are guards in service, and boots cover the swimming areas.
Right on The Path (the main little road that runs along the seafront), the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah is facing the water. There are many places to rent toys for water and land toys such as bikes and scooters.
Location: Open Beach
2. Jumeirah Beach Park
Jumeirah Beach Park is a designate beach front park and recreation area close to Dubai city center, which is not to be confused with the JBR Open Beach area. They created terraced levels of green grass in the flat desert, with lots of food, picnic and recreation areas.
The beach is pretty but narrower than elsewhere, less far from the waterline to the sidewalk. Between the sidewalk and the usable beach is also an area of palm trees.
Location: Jumeirah Beach Park
3. Umm Suqeim Beach
To see Instagram-worthy pics of the ultra-luxurious Burj al Arab hotel, Umm Suqeim beach is the place to go. It is also called Sunset Beach. Another wide and flat beach along the coast (it is on its small peninsula, which springs from the sea) right where Burj is located. The area is only a few-service beaches except for lifeguards and basic facilities (toilets, showers, and changing rooms). There are some areas of green lawn, picnic areas and play areas. there are also some areas.
Location: Public Beach
4. Kite Beach
Kite Beach is a part of the beach at the northerly end of Umm Suqeim. It’s a large, flat beach, where you can rent a kayak and paddleboard. The beach is windy and popular with kitesurfers and kitesurfers. The sand is a bit grosser with numerous shells than other beaches. A skate park and lots of small ice-cream stalls are there.
Kite Beach is also popular with Dubai foodies for numerous food trucks, both during the day and during the night. Also, Jumeirah Beach Road runs along the beach, with its small restaurants and cafés.
Location: Kite Beach
5. Al Mamzar Beach Park
Al Mamzar is a wonderful beach for family. There are 4 beaches in the public park area, all with salvage personnel. A picnic area, a children’s playground and 2 large swimming pools are available. All are open to the public and free of charge. On Fridays the park is packed (weekends in Dubai are Fridays and Saturdays). Douches, bathrooms and changing rooms are included in the facilities. There are also small beach tents with air-conditioning and barbecues to rent and have a day.
Location: AlMamzar Beach Park
6. The Palm Jumeirah
The Palm Jumeirah is the incredible development of the palm-frond-shaped archipelago in the Persian Gulf. Although the rocky shoreline has some public areas, The Palm has no public beaches. All the beaches are either located on the frond part of luxurious residential neighborhoods or apartment buildings, or are linked to a luxury hotel. The Riva Beach Club is the only beach club with daily access for approximately $30 per person per day to its beach on Palm.
Location: Palm Islands
7. Marina Beach
The Dubai Marina is a residential luxury neighbourhood near JBR. Marina Beach is the last part of the sandy beach on the Walk, opposite the beach front mall of the JBR beach. This is a wide, flat, lovely beach with typical soft white sand from Dubai. The water is warm, and lifeguards are at their service. Also, the restaurants, shops, small cafés and Ice Cream shops along the Walk can be reached only a step away.
Location: Marina Beach
8. Dubai Creek
Dubai Creek and Deira are among the few areas that retain some of the history of the Emirates, where Dubai was founded as a trading port. This is also a great place to visit, as it is a must-do activity to walk around Deira’s souks.
The green space and small beaches of Creek Park lies all around the area along the bank. Creek Dubai, not a freshwater river, is a large inlet from the sea.
Location: Dubai Creek
9. Jebel Ali Beach
It is about 30 minutes south of Dubai city center and the newest leisure area in the Emirates. Already known as an industrial area, the area contains numerous long beaches where you can virtually be alone, and is the world’s largest man-made harbour. It’s a popular dive area apart from the beaches. Right on the second of the three palm-forming islands, Palm Jebel Ali, lies the wide and flat area of Jebel Ali Beach.
Location: Jebal Ali Beach
10. La Mer
A complete entertainment area is the latest Dubai beach development. It is only north of Deira and Old Dubai, combining a lovely section of a shady beach with restarts, entertainment and a water park.
A wide and flat beach is bathed several times a day in order to keep it clean and nice. The water is warm and the waves extremely mild as the beach is situated on a bay sheltered by the evolution of Pearl Jumeirah.
Location: La mer beach