This has Dubai’s best known beach, a lengthy expanse of sand on the Arabian Gulf lined by hotels, resorts, and private clubs. There are several ways to get to this beach. It is well-known for its white sand and clean coastline line. Jumeirah Beach is home to a number of beach hotels.
The only authorized kite beach is located near Wollongong University on the beach fronts of Jumeirah and Um Sequim. Kites are common here, and the water is always warm due to the sun. On Fridays and public holidays, kiting is not permitted on this beach. The temperature lowers to 20 degrees Celsius in the winter.
Jebel Ali beach
This beach takes its name from the Jebel Ali Artificial Island, which has all of the amenities that a beach need, such as kites, beach volleyball, water sports, boats, water paragliding, underwater diving, and more.
Al Mamzar Beach
This is one of the most popular beaches in Deira’s Al Mamzar Beach. Barbecue sites, food kiosks, playgrounds, and picnic places for families are all available on the beach. Deep-sea fishing, paragliding, jet skiing, beach volleyball, and many more leisure activities are available.