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Five Awesome Beaches In The Middle East
 

Five Awesome Beaches In The Middle East

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If you’re planning a vacation to the Middle East, there are lots of amazing places to visit, from the historical to the cultural. The geography of the Middle East is unique, and despite being known ...

If you’re planning a vacation to the Middle East, there are lots of amazing places to visit, from the historical to the cultural. The geography of the Middle East is unique, and despite being known for its deserts, the Middle East has some of the best beaches in the world. Here are five of them.

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    • 22 Five Awesome Beaches in the Middle East Posted by Guest Blogger on 22nd, September 2012 If you’re planning a vacation to the Middle East, there are lots of amazing places to visit, from the historical to the cultural. The geography of the Middle East is unique, and despite being known for its deserts, the Middle East has some of the best beaches in the world. Here are five of them. Beaches in the Middle East | Best Family Beach Vacations Beach Destinations Jumeirah Beach Dubai, United Arab Emirates This gorgeous beach is located in one of the more upscale sections of Dubai that holds the 7-star Burj Al Arab Hotel. The water is clear and blue, and the sand is clean and white. There are palm trees dotting the landscape, and there’s a boardwalk. Jumeirah beach has an amphitheater that holds live music shows, barbeque pits, playgrounds for children, beach volleyball, and kiosks selling everything from ice cream to fast food to salads. The small beach entrance fee is well worth it. Mondays are ladies’ days, with no males over the age of five years allowed. El Gouna Hurghada, Egypt El Gouna is a privately-owned town that is frequently said to be the Venice of Egypt. The town actually consists of several small islands, and bridges across the channels connect them. There are 10-kilometers of beachfronts for you
    • to enjoy, and the beaches are immaculate. There are lots of different water and diving activities you can do on El Gouna, and the area has some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving excursions to some amazing coral reefs.You can also enjoy horseback-riding, go-carts, bazaars, restaurants, and a casino that sits on the Red Sea coast. Patara Beach Aegean Region, Turkey Patara Beach is a very long beach that stretches 12 kilometers along the coastline of Turkey. This beach is absolutely beautiful and pristine, because it is a nationally-protected beach. Sea turtles lay their eggs here, and there are also some ancient Greco-Roman ruins, including an amphitheater. The beach and water are beautiful and enjoyable, and there is also a cool rocky cove that’s visible from a rocky outcrop at the Eastern end of the beach. This beach is relatively quiet and secluded, reachable only by a five-minute walk down a wooden path. Beaches in the Middle East | Best Family Beach Vacations Holiday in Montevideo Aqua Sport Beach Eilat, Israel This small beach is popular with the locals, and it’s also one of the best scuba diving locations in Israel. It’s also a great place for snorkeling, and there are lots of tropical fish swimming just offshore for you to observe whether you’re in the water or out. The beach itself is relatively rocky, but it’s still an excellent place to relax and enjoy the beautiful clear blue water. There is a dive center, a beach bar, and a small cafe that serves coffee and snacks throughout the day. Belcekiz Beach Oludeniz, Turkey Belcekiz Beach is one of most beautiful beaches in the world, and it’s one of the most photographed beaches. The shore has soft, white sand, and it arcs toward a calm, deep blue lagoon that’s surrounded by forested mountains. It’s a popular destination for paragliders, but it has activities for everyone. The Belcekiz Beach Hotel is also an amazing place to stay. Before you head to the Middle East consider Glovico as your resource for learning Arabic.