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The Exiles train on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6.30pm at the Sevens Stadium. Monday training takes place indoors at Star International School in summer.
This premier side caters for players of all standards Training takes place on Sunday and Tuesday at 7pm.
The Dubai Celts play both Gaelic football and hurling. There’s no Dubai league, but enthusiasts can train at The Sevens every Monday and Thursday. Don’t miss the DDF Gulf Gaelic Ga...
This driveable (and surprisingly shrubby) beach sports a new sign, confusingly naming it 'Kitesurfing Beach'. It has views of Dubai Offshore Sailing Club’s boats and is always nice...
Formerly known as Russian Beach, this is Dubai’s original public beach, which has been attracting bathers for years. Longer and wider than most of its neighbours, the beach also ha...
Dubai’s most popular beach can’t be beaten for its convenient proximity to The Walk, though we're not fans of the current construction work.
Dubai’s sportiest beach is a favourite with soccer and volleyball players, kayakers and – the clue is in the name – kitesurfers. It’s situated just after the World Project Office:...
A small, quaint peninsula distinguishable for its seafood dining shack, Bu Qtair.
This spot next to Jumeirah Beach Park also boasts a huge expanse of sand and a picturesque bay view.
Course: Obviously better known for its racecourse, Meydan is also home to a 7,412-yard golf course designed by the renowned Peter Harradine. Prices are reasonable,...
The Meydan Hotel - Nad Al Sheba
We are put through our paces at Gold and Diamond Park gym