By Nihan Ashraf 02/02/2023
Top 6 Destinations To Explore In Fujairah!
The Fujairah Fort is a beautiful piece of architecture that is easy to get to from most of the central parts of the emirate.
It was also a military base, a royal palace, a prison, and a place where people were killed. At the moment, the property is used as a wedding venue for famous couples.
Snoopy Island, off Fujairah's shore, is one of the UAE's best-kept secrets, especially compared to Dubai and Sharjah, which boast about being the best at everything.
With the Hajar mountains in the background, the island is a beautiful place to visit. There are many things to do in the clear waters around the island.
It is thought to be the oldest of the emirates, with its history going back to 1446.
Al Badiyah Mosque
One internal pillar supports the short, curving, mudbrick structure with four burials. This modest edifice makes the Badiyah mosque unique in the Arab world.
The Bithnah Fort is one of the oldest forts in the UAE. It is in the village of Al Bithnah, which is 17 km from Fujairah.
It is one of the most important places for tourists to visit in the UAE because it shows how many wars took place in Fujairah between the 18th and 19th centuries.
Al Hayl Castle is one of Fujairah's best-kept secrets. It is a beautiful place for locals to relax.
Al Hayl Castle
From the high wind towers of the castle, you can see how the palm groves and mountains in the distance shape the landscape.
Almost all of Masafi is on the Fujairah side, while the smaller part is on the Ras-al-Khaimah side.
The word "Masafi" in Arabic means "pure water," which is how the place got its name. Masafi village is the largest producer of mineral water in the Gulf countries.