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Nestled between the lunar landscapes of the Hajar Mountains, with 70 kilometers of sandy coasts, the emirate of Fujairah is blessed with unspoilt natural beauty. Free from the pressures of modern city living, Fujairah is the kind of place that makes people want to stay back. For those fascinated by history, Fujairah is a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. Known in the old ages as the ‘land of the sea giants’, some of the most important archaeological finds in the Gulf region have been made in this area. Excavations show that man’s presence in the region dates back to the Iron Age. Fujairah looks out over the Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean, and has one of the richest marine environments on the planet. The crystal clear waters are a favourite of water sports enthusiasts and biologists alike. The rugged landscape also provides the perfect environment for a range of activities including wadi drives, desert safaris and mountain treks. A major attraction is bull-baiting, a bloodless form of bullfighting which takes place every Friday. The emirate is dotted with places of interest ranging from the UAE’s smallest mosque, to ancient forts and museums, spice souks, and pottery stalls. The picturesque fishing village of Dibba, the fruit bowl of the UAE – Al Dhaid, Bithnah oasis and the abandoned Fujairah village are other key attractions. In recent years, Fujairah has made tremendous progress in the tourism sector. Officials are striving to position the emirate as a popular tourist destination, in the hope that it will soon match the prestigious reputation of its acclaimed commercial shipping port.


  • Al-Bidyah Mosque
  • Fujairah Fort
  • Bull Butting Show more
  • Fujairah Museum
  • Ain al-Madhab Hot Springs
  • Wadi Siji, Wadi Saham and Wadi Mai
  • Masafi Friday Market