This is Dubai’s most well-known beach, a long stretch of sand on the Arabian Gulf surrounded by hotels, resorts, and private clubs. There are various options for getting to this beach. It is well-known for its white-sand beaches and pristine shoreline. A variety of beach hotels may be found on Jumeirah Beach.
The only legal kite beach is located near Wollongong University on the Jumeirah and Um Sequim beach fronts. Kites are frequent in this area, and the water is always warm from the sun. Kiting is not permitted on this beach on Fridays and public holidays. In the winter, the temperature drops to 20 degrees Celsius.
Jebel Ali beach
This beach gets its name from the Jebel Ali Artificial Island, which includes everything a beach needs, including kites, beach volleyball, water sports, boats, water paragliding, underwater diving, and more.
Al Mamzar Beach
This is one of Deira’s most popular beaches, Al Mamzar Beach. On the beach, there are barbecue areas, snack booths, playgrounds, and picnic areas for families. Deep-sea fishing, paragliding, jet skiing, beach volleyball, and a variety of other recreational opportunities are available.