9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi. With many of the emirate’s world class hotels offering their own beachfront facilities, Abu Dhabi’s public and club beaches offer visitors and residents alike a different way of escaping the city, soaking up some rays and enjoying its shimmering turquoise waters.

1| Yas Beach

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Yas Beach
Set on a majestic stretch of white sand, and easily connected to all of the island’s diverse leisure activities, this laid-back beach is a blissful new development on the emirate’s entertainment district.

Sun seekers holidaying at any of Yas Island’s seven hotels can now enjoy complimentary access to Yas Beach. To enter for free, Yas Plaza hotel guests have to collect a voucher from their hotel reception and present it upon arrival at Yas Beach.

There are also a number of additional activities including beach volleyball, outdoor gym and non-motorised motorsports such as sailing, kayaking, mangrove tours and stand up paddle boarding courtesy of Noukhada. In addition, there are also Jet Skis, banana rides and speed boat tours.

2| Corniche Beach

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Corniche Beach
This lengthy stretch of beach extends along Corniche Road from near the Hilton Hotel to beyond Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street, where you’ll find its main entrance. During the week you can usually find a beach umbrella, but during the weekend they may all go quickly. You can’t swim out very far; floating fences keep you within 40 metres of the beach, and there are plenty of lifeguards around.

3| Saadiyat Beach

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Saadiyat Beach
The first public beach on Saadiyat Island - home to Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, Manarat Al Saadiyat exhibition centre, Saadiyat Beach Club and two five-star beachfront resorts operated by St. Regis and Park Hyatt – offers multiple facilities and activities for trendy beachgoers and sun-lounging guests.

4| Mirfa Beach

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Mirfa Beach
Home to the Al Gharbia Watersports Festival, this is the Al Dhafra’s only developed beach. It's almost never crowded and there is a small town nearby where you can buy supplies for a night of camping or a day of enjoying the turquoise waters. It's one of the region's best kept secrets.

5| Saadiyat Beach Club

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Saadiyat Beach Club
Built along the shores of the Arabian Gulf, Saadiyat Beach Club is the perfect place to get away for the day and relax. Surround yourself with natural beauty on the beach, take a cooling dip in the stunning pool and sample the delights that the restaurants and lounges have to offer. It's all yours to indulge in – a haven for the day.

6| InterContinental Bayshore

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
InterContinental Bayshore
InterContinental Bayshore private beachfront destination is a beach and health club that combines health, relaxation and entertainment with 300 metres of natural beachfront, an infinity pool, separate children’s pool and play area, premium health and sports facilities, day spa and restaurant.

7| Nation Riviera Beach Club

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Nation Riviera Beach Club
The Nation Riviera Beach Club is the exclusive beachfront retreat adjoining the five-star The St. Regis Abu Dhabi with a fabulous view of the Corniche Breakwater and the turquoise bay it flanks.

8| Al Bateen Beach

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Al Bateen Beach
This stunning beach overlooks Hudariyat Island and Hudariyat Bridge to the west of Abu Dhabi. It has uninterrupted picturesque views and clear water and is popular with UAE locals for fishing, swimming and waterfront picnics.

9| Al Bateen Beach for women

9 Top Beaches To Travel In Abu Dhabi
Al Bateen Beach for women
Recently awarded the prestigious Blue Flag sustainability award by the Emirates Wildlife Authority, this dedicated ladies-only section accommodates up to 1,100 women and children in its waters, while the shoreline allows nearly 5,000 visitors to sunbathe, relax and enjoy on the beach.

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