Perhaps the last of those popular beaches in and around Doha is Fuwairit Beach. Located a fair distance off the city, the beach is still worth a visit owing to its white, pink sand along the coastline and gorgeous views. It is widely renowned for being the nesting site for hawksbill turtles who usually breed during the period April and July. During this time, the entry to the beach is closed so as to protect the turtles. Having said that, if you're not bothered about long distances and just want to explore what the beach has to offer, then it is definitely worth a visit to enjoy the sun rays and turquoise waters. Activities to Enjoy Kayaking Barbeque Swimming.
The sea is calm, warm, Aq, and shallow making it perfect for young children to practice their swimming skills, splash around and explore the seabed. The shallow water gets deeper very gradually, which means that you can relax on the beach whilst looking out at your children, safe in the knowledge that there isn’t a sudden drop in depth. Older children and adults can venture a bit further and enjoy a proper swim in the sea.
Being a northeast-facing beach you won’t catch the sunset here, but you could always pitch a tent and wake up just in time to watch the sunrise. It is a popular camping spot and some lucky campers have reported seeing dolphins. Dolphins aren’t the only ones who come to Fuwairit to ride the waves; it is also a favorite with kite surfers who rock up here on windy days in search of an adrenaline rush.
There are no shops, cafés, or facilities anywhere near Fuwairit, which adds to its charm; but despite its isolation, it is still fairly easy to get to and is accessible even without a 4×4. Once you’ve discovered this beach, you’ll keep coming back again and again!