Fujairah is a beautiful destination to be in. Surrounded by immense natural beauty and offering visitors with lots of fun things to do, Fujairah is the perfect place to have some family fun. The emirate features about 70km of coastline dotted with several sandy beaches. In contrast to the other emirates that mainly consist of desert, Fujairah has a mountainous landscape. The Fujairah Port is among the largest bunkering centers in the world.
For those who love underwater adventure, Fujairah offers a fine coastline with several coral reefs. Scuba diving, deep sea fishing, snorkeling and sailing are some of the most loved sports around the area. The beaches of Fujairah are lined with wonderful resorts that offer a variety of facilities. The beautiful atmosphere of Fujairah and its lovely beaches make it stand apart from Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Fujairah also offers good shopping facilities. There are several souks that sell spices, general items and souvenirs. The Fujairah City Center in Fujairah City is a modern shopping facility that offers visitors with exclusive shopping.
The emirate of Fujairah is served by the Fujairah Airport; however the airport caters to only scheduled flights from Abu Dhabi. From the Fujairah Airport visitors can take taxis to reach their destination.
The nearest main international airport to Fujairah is the Dubai International Airport. There are regular buses leaving from Dubai to Fujairah. The journey takes about 2 hours.
All the restaurants in Fujairah serve halal food. Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of cuisines all around the emirate. Some of the best known restaurants in Fujairah include Al Meshwar Restaurant, Sadaf Restaurant, Al Ghorfa Restaurant, Taj Mahal restaurant, Oriental Restaurant, Sardinia Restaurant, etc.
There are numerous mosques in Fujairah. The emirate is home to some ancient mosques. The Al Badiyah Mosque is counted among the oldest mosques in the world and is also known as the ‘Othman Mosque’. Other prominent mosques in Fujairah include Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Masjid Omar bin Khatab, etc. There are as many as 294 mosques alone in the Fujairah City.