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Calm and serene, the Emirate of Fujairah is a picturesque beach town tucked away from the fast-paced city life. A busy city lined with business skyscrapers and beautiful mountains and beaches, it is known to be a peaceful retreat for locals and travelers.


Primarily a business Centre and commercial hub of U.A.E, the city oozes charm with its natural raw beauty. It is separated from the rest of the U.A.E because of the massive Hajar Mountains and offers an enchanting landscape and a simple lifestyle. Carrying on with its rich cultural heritage, the city is a fascinating combination of a 70km long sandy coastline and lofty mountain ranges.


The sunny beaches of the emirate support several maritime activities including sailing, rowing, water surfing, yachting, deep-sea fishing and swimming almost throughout the year. Fujairah is host to the annual powerboat racing championships.




Intercontinental Fujairah Resort

An exceptional destination where Arabian hospitality meets luxury, the InterContinental® Fujairah Resort is a beachfront property situated on the shoreline of Al Aqah Beach, beneath the spectacular backdrop of the Hajar Mountains just 90 minutes from Dubai and 120 minutes from Expo 2020. The Resort has 190 guest rooms and suites. The Resort presents the perfect host as a wedding destination as well as business groups looking for unique meetings.


Fujairah Fort and Fujairah Village

Considered as the oldest fort in UAE, Fujairah Fort once served as a defensive structure, as well as the residence of the ruling family. It was the only stone building along the Fujairah coast for many centuries. Established in the year 1670, Fujairah Fort reflects the profound past of the region. It is a mud-brick building comprising of three main sections, numerous halls, one square tower and two round towers.

A caretaker opens the teakwood doors of the fort in the morning for visitors. The area bounding the Fujairah Fort is the Fujairah Heritage Village displaying the conventional way of living of the locals, the cooking utensils and farming tools used in the past.

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