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Where to go – 5 Beaches to Visit in Bahrain

Wondering where to go for the ultimate beach fix? Here are 5 suggestions from us!

1. Marassi Al Bahrain

Where: Diyar Al Muharraq
Known for: beach parties and fairs
Contact: +973 8009 8888

marassi al bahrain

This beach-resort type destination has been home to some of the hottest parties, DJ sets, and fairs since its inception. It has also supported local craftsmen and entrepreneurs by giving them a home to promote their businesses like the Stand Up Paddleboarding and Kayak competitions which are great fun for the whole family.

2. Jazair Beach

Where: Zallaq
Known for: being one of the most beautiful beaches in the country
Contact: +973 17 836 078

jazair beach

Fancy a snorkeling trip complete with beach barbecue? This is the perfect place. You can make a day off it and visit the nearby Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), Lost Paradise of Dilmun Waterpark, and Al Areen Wildlife Park. Also only at Jazair Beach can you find the Bahrain Sailing Club where you can practice sailing a dinghy and/or rent rooms for the night.

3. The Ritz Carlton Beach

Where: Seef
Known for: luxury waterfront property
Contact: +973 1758 0000

ritz carlton beach

Despite being a members only beach, this stretch of waterfront is so pristine and luxurious that guests can look forward to a resort lifestyle experience. This stunning beach sweeps around a lagoon with its own island and private marina, great for watersports activities like kayaking, jetskiing, and swimming.

4. Karbabad Beach

Where: Karbabad
Known for: popular public beach

karbabad beach

Head for the Bahrain Fort past the Bapco petrol station at Seef, and you will find this great public beach that’s often visited by locals and expats alike. It’s a great spot for an evening walk or a picnic or to shoot some pictures. Local customs apply so please don’t wear anything revealing or showing too much skin.

5. Jarada Beach 

Where: Manama
Known for: golden sands and clear waters
Contact: +973 3964 3222

jarada island

This island appears in the ebb and disappears in the tide. You can reach Jarada by speed boat and if you don’t own one, there are regular trips from Coral Bay or you can arrange one through Jarada Tours. If you would like to have your piece of sandbar to yourself, this is a great place to do it. If you’re writing a novel about a shipwreck, this is also a great place to do it.

 

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