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4 Best Beaches in Dubai

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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 The summer is finally here. But, if you work in Dubai and you if you are a resident, the tone of this sentence would be totally different. It would be like, the SUMMER in Dubai is here (%^&*@) Nevertheless, the weather in April, May and June is still beach season and If you are flying to Dubai, here are some of my favorite beaches. The decision was made purely where the sand and the water is beautiful then the ambiance, in no particular order.

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Madinat Jumeirah

A stunning 2 km beach with turquoise waters and a beautiful backdrop. I recently stayed here last weekend for a stay-cation and enjoyed every moment on the beach. The weather is heating up but the water is still cold and the winds are still high. You can always take a break and enjoy beach water activities such as windsurfing, boat trips, paddle boarding and so many options to chose from. Madinat Jumeirah beach is one of the 4 best beaches in Dubai without a doubt!

 

Cove Beach

Cove beach has opened in 2014 in the shadows of Burj Al Arab. Now, being a beach bar/club/restaurant, I still catagorise it as one of the 4 best beaches in Dubai because of the music, the ambiance and the beach, being close to Burj Al Arab makes a perfect backdrop, white sand and turquoise waters again. Surely different than most on the list but definitely worth a visit!

The Ritz- Carlton Dubai

A 350 meter of gleaming white sandy beach, this Summer, families will have a bigger reason to return to the resort’s sun-drenched shores as the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Ritz-Carlton roll out a fun-tastic experience for its oldest and youngest residents with a full schedule of arts and crafts, movies under the stars, camel rides on the beach and encounters with falcons.

 

Kite Beach

On the perfect day, you will find over 40 kites on the beach, kite-surfers coloring the skies with their beautiful kites, while everyone tans, enjoys the water, the food trucks. It’s the perfect beach to be surrounded by residents, expats and tourists. An open free beach for everyone. Grabbing your space early will be wise on weekends. You have everything you need right there for you. Families with children even have little parks across the beach with a running track. Kite Beach in Dubai has become so famous and so loved by everyone!

 

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