Dubai Beaches

Dubai Beaches

Jumeirah Beach
Dubai is home to some of the best beaches, waterfront amusement parks and seaside entertainment facilities in the world. With a water temperature that ranges between 22C and 35C, beaches made of fine white sand that hug the crystal clear Arabian Sea and stunning views of the tallest building ever, this is o­ne city that has got it all.

Dubai Skyline
Dubai's two main beachfront areas are separated by the Dubai Creek and consist of the western Jumeriah Beach and the Deira beaches that lie to the east of the river. Jumeriah Beach plays host to some twenty-something upscale hotels, private clubs and beach resorts with the jewel in its crown being the Wild Wadi Water Park. Seaside activities o­n offer at Jumeriah include scuba-diving, water skiing and windsurfing, and lessons are available for those who need them. A 9-hole golf course, deep-sea fishing packages, volleyball courts and paragliding facilities put the finishing touches to the amazing attractions that Jumeriah Beach has to offer.

Deiras most popular beaches are the five that front El Mamzar Beach Park, and this first-rate facility promises days of fun in the sun for the whole family. Pleasures are perhaps simpler in Deira than in upscale Jumeriah, and El Mamzar features swimming pools, barbeque and picnic sites, children's playgrounds and refreshment stands. There is also scenic train, a basketball court and football field as well as an amphitheatre, a restaurant, a roller-skating area and 15 private chalets that are available for hire.

Other than that Dubai has a wide variety of hotels. You'll find everything from low budget up to highly expensive luxury class, to cover all expense ranges of their visitors.

Dubai is a beach lover's paradise and anyone who visits the city will never want to leave it or its stunning sandy beaches.