Located near the Fujairah Fort, this delightful
museum guides the visitor through 3000 years of
history. It displays ruins belonging to different
historical periods and traditional folklore
materials of the Emirate.
Huge castle built in 1670 A.D. by late Shaikh
Mohammad Bin Matter Al Sharqi located within the
city of Fujairah and consists of three major parts
and several halls and towers surrounded with the old
Fujairah Town and proposed to convert this into a
Al Bidayah Mosque
Also known as Otoman Mosque, it is one of the oldest
standing mosques in UAE, around five centuries old.
It was established in 1600 A.D. and located 38 km
north of Fujairah close to the Al Bidiyah town.
Fujairah is well known for its Wadis due to its
geological topography of the area. Dry riverbeds
contain water after a heavy rain. Wadi Bashing, Wadi
Siji, Wadi Saham, Wadi Ham and Wadi Al Tawian are
the major in Fujairah. Wadi
“Masafi” in Arabic means “pure water”. The village
is known for its natural springs. In fact Masafi is
also the name of Gulf’s leading natural water
producer, which is located near the village.
Ain Al Madbab
Hot Spring and National Park is located in the
foothills of Hajar mountains. Fed by mineral
springs, the warm sulfuric water is used in two
swimming pools - for women and men.
Hot Spring is located 20 km south west of Fujairah
city. It is a remarkable place for enjoying natural
scenery and useful for rheumatism and skin
Very important agricultural area is located 30 km
north of Fujairah city and known for its green house
plantation of flowers, indoor plants and fruits.
The market is opened 7 days a week on the Dubai-Fujairah
Road. The main items to bargain for are rugs,
earthenware, antiques and souvenirs.
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