You must be wondering where are some of the best public beaches in Dubai that you can visit this summer? Worry not, as Bayut.com will tell you just that. While the beaches on the Jumeirah Stretch are exceptional, you can also visit other free beaches in Dubai to enjoy the waves without spending a cent.
Topping the charts in all spheres, Dubai has not left beach life unattended as the emirate scores high for having the most popular public beaches in the world. Those who were previously all praise for Paris, Rio de Janiero, Barcelona, Sydney, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Athens, and Cape Town are now unable to find words for the unprecedented environment and facilities of Dubai’s public beaches. Here are some of the most happening public beaches in Dubai waiting for you to visit this summer:
Mamzer Beach Park
The huge waves and widespread sand at Mamzer Beach provide a breathtaking scene and being awarded blue flag status has just made the beach one of the most desirable beach spots in Dubai. Fit with all the required facilities, the beach park is cocooned within five beaches. Grocery stores, cafes, changing rooms and showers are the general facilities offered in the vicinity of the beach and safety is catered to with trained lifeguards. Small chalets can be rented for lounging, beach parties, and barbeques. You only have to pay a small fee to enjoy the beach park.
Jumeirah Beach Park
You have probably seen glossy pictures of exotic beaches that you have always wanted to visit? Welcome to Jumeirah Beach Park, located on Beach Road, and complete with palm trees, far-stretching golden sand, and lush green areas. One of the most popular beach parks in the emirate, it has cafes conveniently situated in order to allow visitors to enjoy the finest snacks while enjoying the sand and sun. There is a very minimal fee to get in and it is a perfect location for the background of your new selfie!
Looking for something different and let’s say-free? Kite Beach is the place where kite flyers gather to fly their kites. Also known as Wollongong Beach, it is located behind the University of Wollongong and is stretch of sand offering exceptional views of the Burj Al Arab and allowing you to plan your own picnic as the beach does not provide cafes. However, it is free, peaceful, and astonishingly serene and beautiful. Enjoy!
Ghantoot Beach belongs to Al Jazira Golden Tulip Hotel and is located off Sheikh Zayed Road, near the Ghantoot exit. It is a luxurious resort with a hefty entrance fee, but it may all be worth it. For approximately AED 100, you can use the bars, cafes, pools, and other facilities offered by The Golden Tulip Hotel. Volleyball nets and barbeque pits are situated on the facility and it fits the description of a wonderful weekend trip with an overnight stay at the hotel.