JBR beach is a public beach that is free to use and is one of Dubai’s most popular beaches. The Walk at the Jumeirah Beach Residence stretches over 1.7 kilometres long, packed with sea view restaurants and cute little markets. The beach has clean facilities including showers and hotels offer a variety of watersports such as parasailing, wakeboarding and banana boating that anyone can sign up for, as well as camel rides.
Kite beach is the destination for kite surfers when the wind and waves start picking up. With various other water sports activities; beach rackets, fitness and yoga classes and options to dine and visit cute quirky cafes, kite beach is a great spot for a day out.
This beach is located next to Umm Suqeim Park, which has lawns and a playground. The photos above have been taken at sunset beach. It has an incredible Burj al Arab backdrop. Sunset is also Dubai’s last surfing beach, the small to medium waves are perfect for beginners.
Royal island beach club
Royal Island Beach Club is the perfect destination to enjoy a five-star experience with unparalleled views of the impressive Dubai skyline.
Black palace beach
This untouched shoreline possesses beautiful views of Palm Jumeirah and the Burj Al Arab. It has a location that is very easy to miss and although it has no facilities, it’s the perfect destination for peace and relaxation.
A world-class beachfront development has opened last year in Dubai. The area is surrounded by almost 2.5 kilometres of relaxing sandy beaches and over 130 hundred shops, cafés, restaurants, and beach activities that act as a meeting point for people to have a great time.