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Jumeirah   Beach Residence

Jumeirah   Beach Residence


Jumeirah   Beach Residence in on the coast next to Jumeirah   Beach Resort and is free to use and very popular with residents of the area and tourists. The beach now has that tourist appeal that it was missing when first opened including readily available, clean facilities including showers green patches for people to get together and play sports such a quick game of rugby or Frisbee. There are also a large number of restaurants open with a sea view and a funky atmosphere where you can grab a quick bite or indulge in a lingering lunch whilst taking in the great sea view. There always seem to be a lot of what we can only call posers on this beach mainly at the weekends. This makes for great people watching though, Events are quite often held on this stretch of beach including sporting events and motoring events


Burj Al Arab Beach
Burj Al Arab Beach


This is very wide and long stretch of beach leading to the Burj Al Arab and is very popular. There are some facilities here as well as volley ball nets and playing football is very popular on this stretch.
Mamzar Beach Park
Mamzar Beach Park is massive and beautiful and it has just been awarded blue flag beach status making Mamzar Beach Park one of the most desirable beaches to visit. It has 5 beaches in coves around the coast of the park and is very popular with tourists and residents, Each beach has sheltered areas with changing rooms and showers and you can rent chalets complete with a barbecue area on a daily basis . If you don’t want to venture into the sea there are also 2 very large swimming pool . You can rent sun loungers and umbrellas and there are some small cafes and grocery stores. There are also lifeguards on duty with flag swimming systems

Jebel Ali Beach

Jebel Ali Beach


Jebel Ali Beach is a stretch to open beach next to the Jebel Ali Beach Resort. There has been a lot of water front construction in that area so the beach is getting smaller , This beach is also popular with the kite surfers . It used to be a great camping spot but you had to get a licence from the Dubai Municipality if you wanted to stay overnight .  The rules keep changing so you would have check with them if it is ok to camp there

Ghantoot Beach

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The Golden Tulip Hotel runs this stretch of beach and beach access costs 100 Dhs, which is great as it means you can use their pool facilities bars and cafes too. There are volley ball nets and barbeques . There is also a water sports club which offers water skiing wake boarding banana boating and other activities. It’s a great place to escape Dubai at the weekend and you could even team it with an overnight stay at the resort


Kite Beaches

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This is the beach where kite surfers congregate and it’s great fun to watch them or have a go yourself. It’s also known as Woollongong . In the old days you could drive up on to the beach and have barbeques but this is not allowed anymore . IT really is just a stretch of open beach and there are no facilities so make sure you bring snacks and water etc. with you . It’s a lovely peaceful stretch of beach with views of the Burj Al Arab and you can take a good long walk up the beach. Kite Beach is on the shore opposite the Al Manara Road junction just swing off down one of the little side roads and you will find it .



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