The most beautiful Saudi Arabia’s beaches.
In fact, the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is spearheading a plan to launch Saudi Arabia’s beaches as a top tourist destination; under the Vision 2030 reform plan. Part of this plan, also known as the Red Sea Project, will see the vast coastline transformed into luxury resorts; boasting five-star hotels and high-end beach clubs. There are certain rules to abide by, however, when visiting beaches in the Kingdom.
Farasan Al Kabir Beach
Farasan Al Kabir Beach boasts some of the most mesmerizing blue waters and subtropical shores of all the beaches in Saudi Arabia. Part of the Farasan Islands, it is home to some of the best diving spots in the region; you will find amazing subtropical shores at your fingertips.
Haql Shipwreck Beach
One of the most stunning beaches in the country, Haql Shipwreck Beach is in Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk province, which lies around 55km south of Haql city. The main feature here is an old, half-sunken shipwreck that sank around 20 years ago. Situated on a picturesque large, half-moon shaped bay, the vessel – along with its stunning backdrop – makes for an enviable Instagram shot.
Half Moon Bay Beach
Named after its lunar shape, Half Moon Bay Beach has been a popular coastal destination in Saudi Arabia for the past 80 years. The shallow, clear waters and scenic, white sandy make it ideal for paddling in the Persian Gulf.
When Saudi Arabia was originally established, Uqair was the economic hub and one of the main ports in the region. Nowadays, it is a beautiful beach destination with some of Saudi Arabia’s most unspoiled coastline and tropical islands. Many tourists and residents enjoy taking a refreshing dip in the clear blue waters.
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