Very nice private park where you can enjoy BBQs or a nice walk on the green grass.
The admission is 5 dh but if it is only to enjoy the views of the access to the Park, the price is already worth !
Only a word of advice, in most of Parks and beaches there is a "women and children" only day. In case of Al Mamzar this is on Wednesdays.
So, plan accordingly !!
Al Mamzar Beach is located inside the Al Mamzar Park.
Each hotel normally takes you to a beach. With several thousands of beach in Dubay and more even being built you are not going to be starved for sun and sand here!!
The beaches are private, meaning that you have to pay for the entrance. In some cases, the hotel pays for you but in our case the price was not included in our accomodation so we had to pay 5 Dh to access to the beach.
It is not a very big price bearing in mind that the beach is total paradise: white sands, blue turquoise warm waters...
Absolutely beautiful. The waters are very clear and salty and there are little nurseries of fishes and ray fish that swimm right under your legs up to the shore where the waves break.
In our case, the beach was very solitary because of the RAmadan feast. Meaning that there were no locals at all, only Russians :-) and the occasional European.
As little people was there, the beach was very silent and you could hear the sound of the waves and the rustling of the palmtrees. I absolutely loved it. That is what I call holidays...
I have to admit that going to Dubai during Ramadan is not specially confortable as you cannot eat or drink in public at all times, but when it comes to enjoy places like this one, totally exclusively and unspoilt... it is the best time of the year !!