Best Secret Beaches in Dubai For A Chill Vacation

Dubai is a city that has no dearth of any kind of tourist attractions. But if you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday, here’s an exclusive list of hidden beaches in Dubai where you can enjoy the sand and the sun, eat your favorite food, play with your kids and chill at the beach.

 

Top 5 Hidden Beaches in Dubai

Sunset Beach

Sunset beach or Umm Suqeim Beach is one of the best free beaches in Dubai. If you want to have your picture clicked with the classic pose of holding up the Burj Al Arab’, this beach has the best spot for it. Those who love to surf can rent a board from the Surf House Dubai which is near to the beach.

Sunset Beach

How to reach?

It is located behind the Sunset Mall in Jumeirah. There are two ways of reaching this beach:

Metro: Get down at the nearest metro station, i.e., First Gulf Bank and then, take a cab to the beach.

Car: Drive in the direction of Madinat Jumeirah and then head towards Umm Suqein Road 3. Continue to drive until you see the beach.

 

Kite Beach

As its name suggests, this beach is famous for kite surfing. You can also indulge yourself in beach volleyball, paddle-boarding, kayaking, etc. It’s a family friendly beach with a skatepark, trampoline, and an area specially designated for toddlers. There are many beach canteens where you can have a pleasant meal.

Kite Beach

How to reach?

You can take a metro to Noor Bank Metro Station and from there take a taxi to the beach. Alternatively, if you’re going by car, you can drive to Sheikh Zayed Road and then take the exit towards Umm Al Sheif Road.

 

La Mer

La Mer is one of the new beachside destinations in the dazzling city of Dubai. It offers a range of options such as wakeboarding, flyboarding, kayaking, a trampoline park for kids, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, etc. No matter where you go –North Beach or South Beach, you are sure to have a ton of fun.

La Mer

How to reach?

You can take RTA Buses 9 and 8 to reach La Mer. However, if you are traveling by car, take the Jumeirah Beach Road which is right after the Etihad Museum.

 

Al Mamzar Beach Park

It’s not a free beach but certainly worth the fee. This park cum beach boats of green barbecue areas, landscapes playgrounds, lagoons, and a lovely sheltered beach. If you’re willing to shell out a little extra, you can even book a sun lounge with a pool, or an air-conditioned bungalow by the beach for a luxurious day out with your friends and family.

Al Mamzar Beach Park

How to reach?

Take a metro to Al Rigga, and then, you can take a taxi from there to get to the beach. If you’re opting for a bus, get off at Dubai International Airport and hire a cab to the beach park.

 

Black Palace Beach

Black Palace Beach is known for its pristine waters and spectacular sunset views. You can also see Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab from here. With its calm aura away from the chaos of the city, it’s an excellent place for a weekend escape.

Black Palace Beach

How to reach?

Drive to Al Sufouh Street, and after crossing Adinat Jumeirah, you will come across a row of Palm Trees. Head to the little pathway towards the right that is just after the bus stop. You will pass by a sandy area before you arrive at the beach parking.

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