This stunning spot is one of Abu Dhabi’s best-kept secrets. Home to the Al Dhafra Watersports Festival, this is the Al Dhafra area’s only developed beach. It's almost never crowded and there is a small town nearby where you can buy supplies for a night of camping or snacks and games for a day out enjoying the turquoise waters.
The annual Al Dhafra Watersports Festival, which welcomes visitors to explore this pristine and undiscovered area, brings global watersports champions and local enthusiasts together to take part in adrenaline-fuelling competitions such as kiteboarding, wakeboarding and surf-ski kayaking. Camping facilities are provided for participants and visitors, with live evening entertainment, kids’ play areas and a Sunset Souk (market) available.
Frequently asked questions about Mirfa Beach.
Is entry to Mirfa Beach free?
Yes, there is no entry fee to Mirfa Beach.
What is the best day and time to visit Mirfa Beach?
The best time to visit Mirfa Beach is from January to March when the weather is pleasant. The average temperature during these months is 25°C. Similarly, October to December is also a good time to plan a trip to Mirfa but a little warmer.