Abu Dhabi has many public and private beaches which are a must-visit for all the tourists visiting this citz. All the beaches are decked with amenities like public toilets, washrooms, sun loungers, parking space as well as restaurants and cafes. If beaches aren't your thing, you will find kayak, sailboat and paddle board rentals at almost every beach club in Abu Dhabi. In addition, there is an option to stay dry by taking out an eco-friendly solar powered donut boat into the mangroves.
The Corniche is the main promenade that separates Abu Dhabi city and the azure Arabian Gulf. Straching for 8 km the Cornische is Abu Dhabi's favourite promenade fr strolling, cycling, people watching and admiring the views of the city's sweeping coastline. The Corniche beach is open to the public, so entry is free of charge or very reasonable price of 10 AED per person on certain beaches here, which is why we advise you to come early to secure your sun lounger.
The Emirates Palace is the luxurious hotel in Abu Dhabi, which means that it has its own beach which is as lavish as the hotel. The Beach Club has a center for water sports where visitors may enjoy kayaking, rowing and sailing, but also some water motor sports. The Beach Club also has a kids’ section with waterslides and restaurants. When visiting the Beach Club, you should also pay a visit to the hotel’s Bedouin camp to grab a traditional Arab cup of coffee, or ride a camel along the hotel’s white sand beach.
Al Hudayriat was the most anticipated island to be open for public. You may take a walk on the bridge that goes deep in the blue sea of the capital city, and come across every fitness and sea enthusiast’s dream, bike and pedestrian lanes that are 5 to 10 kilometers long, as well as immaculate beach 600 kilometers long. There is a zone specially dedicated for swimming, as well as sections for kayaking, scuba-diving and jet-skiing. There are also vans with food for all visitors
Saadiyat Island has everything, with two beaches facing the azure sea. It is open for public with changing rooms, showers and a café perfectly suited for families. Those who want to enjoy white sand Saadiyat beach with a dab of luxury, they may opt for the Saadiyat Beach Club, a home to chic cabins, pools, elegant restaurants, and a DJ that will set up the rhythm for a perfect day.
Yas Island is known as Abu Dhabi's entertainment destination as it's home to the Formula1 race track and countless family activities. Thanks to Yas Beach, it's also a place to relax in Abu Dhabi's endless sunshine during the day and get your groove on by night. Visitors can enjoy sun loungers, parasols, private cabanas and access to the beach bar with views of the mangrove forests. On Fridays, there's an adult-only pool party, and Yas Beach is widely considered one of the best places in Abu Dhabi to watch the sunset.