Jumeirah open beach is a heaven for those prefer their own company and calm time around the beach. Here you can grab a book and head to one of the quieter stretches of sand in the city. Not only will you be able to enjoy your read in peaceful surroundings, but there is also not much else to look at. The once-clear sea views have been diminished by the new of Jumeirah Bay Island. If you’ve got a penchant for the property, however, look in the other direction where you’ll see some of Dubai’s most stunning villas backing directly onto the golden sand. Forgot to bring your own novel? There’s a library unit on the beach and books can be borrowed for free. There are even comfy beanbags and tables to lounge around with lighting making it possible to read long into the night. This beach is located near Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road. Calling Kite beach one of the biggest and adventurous beaches of Dubai won’t be wrong. This huge and wide beach boasts plenty of room for you, your family, friends, neighbors, neighbors’ friends and more to gather on.
It’s teeming with activities including everything from skate parks to mini bungee jumping, high rope courses to a running track. Plus, there’s also the all-new human slingshot from XDubai. Watersports are also popular and include kayaking, paddleboarding, and water skiing to turn a lazy day into something much more adventurous. Plus, plenty of what’s suggested by the name. Want to walk or jog along the coastline? Kite Beach’s 14km track is the perfect spot. After all that exercise and working up an appetite you can refuel at some of the city’s best street food stalls and food trucks including SALT and Taste of Brazil. Its located behind Jumeirah Beach Road, Umm Suqeim.
If you like eating? If you are a fun lover? and if you like showing off to friends back home about what a perfect holiday you had on your first morning back at work. Then 4×4 beach is perfect for you. All you need is a car – although most are 4x4s as the name suggests – a picnic, inflatables for the kids and all the gear for a day in the sun. There are no restaurants or toilets around – which is why we recommend bringing your own refreshments. Cars can drive through the empty car park right up to the beach from sunrise to sunset. The massive expanse of sand stretches from the road to the shore (great for sand running, which is an intense workout), and the bay arches around, providing a picturesque view.
Crane your neck to the left and you’ll see the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah far off in the distance. This beautiful and adventurous beach is located just next to Jumeirah Beach Park. JBR beach is one of the most visited beaches by tourists. This is easily Dubai’s busiest beach with hordes of residents and tourists heading down in droves every day. However, it is a huge stretch of coastline starting from Zero Gravity and extending all the way to the breakwaters near the Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort without interruption. Stroll the entire route and you’ll pass jet skiers, fly boarders, swimmers, bathers, ice cream huts, beach volleyballers, joggers, snorkelers and fitness buffs, big and small, taking on the inflatable Aqua Park. You can find plenty of breakfast shops, restaurants, cinemas, entertainment zones, cafes, and playgrounds. This beach is located opposite to JBR