Land for Sale in Al Aqah


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    1,500,000 sqft  /  139,355 sqm
800,000,000 AED
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Al Aqah


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Agent at ESPY Realty Real Estate Brokerage
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Children's Play Area
Covered Parking
Pets Allowed
View of Landmark
View of Water


We are pleased to offer this Beachfront Plot for sale in Fujairah:


Fujairah is GCC Market
This land is located directly on the Beach of Indian Ocean
Full Ocean View
Suitable for Palace or Hotel or any other Beachfront Project
Pictures are generic, actual property can only be visited with serious buyer.

Call Agent Directly: +971507001574

The only Emirati city at Indian Ocean - East Coast of UAE. Nature, Beautiful Mountains, Ocean and Fresh Air. Fujairah owns Dibba and Masafi. Fujairah is cooler than the rest of the UAE. It is popular for water sports like swimming, sailing, jet skiing, fishing. It does not have a desert; it is mostly mountainous, covered by Al Hajar Mountains which separates the emirate from the rest of the country.

The Emirate of Fujairah covers approximately 1,166 km2 (450 sq mi), or about 1.5% of the area of the UAE, and is the fifth-largest emirate in the UAE.

​Historical importance of Fujairah goes back to 3000 B.C. when the area was inhabited by herders and fishermen. It was then named as the Land of Titans or Ard Al Jababerah. It is unofficially called Jewel of the Middle East.

Wadi Al Wurayah waterfalls and Ain Al Madhab Gardens are major touristic attractions in Fujairah. Wadi Wurrayah, a 31,000-acre nature reserve, lies between Khor Fakkan and Bidiyah. The site is the UAE's only waterfall. Other sites include the UAE's oldest mosque Al Bidya Mosque and the Heritage Village.

Archaeological finds in the Emirate of Fujairah point to a history of human occupation and trading links stretching back at least 4,000 years, with Wadi Suq (2,000 to 1,300 BCE) burials located at Bithnah and the Qidfa' Oasis.[7] A third millennium BCE tower was used to construct the Portuguese fort at Bidiyah, identified with the Portuguese 'Libedia', a fortress recorded in de Resende's 1646 map - the fortress itself has been carbon dated to 1450–1670.


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800,000,000 AED
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