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Travel: Best 'Quiet' beach in the Middle East?

Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 23:12
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Travel: Best 'Quiet' beach in the Middle East?

Travel: Best "Quiet" beach in the Middle East?

Ah yes! We come to the Middle East region of the planet, the regions known to be marred by conflict, war and terrorism. Inasmuch as bad rep in some news site, here you can find a peaceful solutions that can make your trip a memorable one.

Best "Quiet" beach in the Middle East?
  1. Bapco (Bahrain) - Thankfully there are rarely human intervention and the island is still stunningly picturesque. Surrounded by fresh water springs where you can notice this sheen soft glow in the waters. The reason behind it is the presence of natural pearls in the sea.: 27.0%
  2. Other: 10.0%
  3. Silver Sands (Saudi Arabia) - Hidden behind its' long white walls you will find a pristine beach with white sand and an inviting turquoise seawater just like in the magazines. This is a private beach in Jeddah that not many locals know about. Be aware that there are no signs on the road that lead you here.: 9.0%
  4. Ghantoot (UAE) - You are rarely joined by more than a handful of people; the loungers are so spaced out you'd struggle to overhear a heated marital tiff, and the sand is, indeed, white, and, yes, the sea is turquoise.: 9.0%
  5. Wanasa Failaka Island (Kuwait) - This blissful beach is ideal for people who want a day trip away from the mainland, and the attractions of the heritage village offer plenty to do away from the beach too.: 7.0%
  6. Anamur, Iskele (Turkey) - Lack of a main road usually leaves this little hidden beach deserted. A favorite with Turkish locals on their holidays since you'll be staying in small, family-run hotels paying local prices for delicious Turkish food.: 7.0%
  7. Kish Island (Iran) - Bring your best bikini as all the ladies are wearing bikinis. It is very clean and crystal clear water. It is best for sun bathing/tanning and relaxing. The blue water and white sand are very beautiful! Everything is for your eyes only, cameras are not allowed for privacy purposes.: 6.0%
  8. Marjan (Oman) - The coast offers dazzling coral reefs, sea cucumbers, Nemos (clown fish) among others. This beach is also great for tourists to see the fisherman at their best spearing cuttlefish for the freshest seafood one can eat.: 5.0%
  9. Achziv (Israel) - Plenty of restored ruins and nice architecture. The beach itself has a narrow strip of sand but the water is stunning blue and clear. There is a large shallow section that is well suited for young kids.: 5.0%
  10. Fuwairit (Qatar) - There are no resorts or accommodations available on the beach, one will have to go to the main city for that purpose which take about 40 minutes drive.: 4.0%
  11. Qalansiyah Socotra Island (Yemen) - Truly the Lost World" island where it's a home to around 800 rare species of flora and fauna, around a third of which are found nowhere else on the planet. Only Hawaii, New Caledonia and the Galapagos Islands have more endemic species.: 4.0%
  12. Tyre (Lebanon) - Part of a protected nature reserve founded in 1998, the beach, along with being the perfect place to sunbathe in tranquility, is also a great location to spot nesting turtles and migrating birds.: 3.0%
  13. Al Samra (Syria) - A small Armenian village located near the Turkish border. Due to its difficulty to reach, proximity to the Turkish border, and small size (too small for any significant development), it will hopefully remain largely unknown.: 2.0%
  14. South Beach (Jordan) - The beach has beautiful white sands, clear water and reefs shallow enough to snorkel around 20 m out. The beach looked beautiful and almost empty. We thought this to be a very nice ecological area, but the beach was littered with garbage and there were no facilities, just 2 youth hostels down the road where you could get a drink.: 2.0%

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Bapco (Bahrain) - Thankfully there are rarely human intervention and the island is still stunningly picturesque. Surrounded by f

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 09:35
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All the beaches listed on the menu are very look and nice to belong, but the best among them all is the Bapco beach.
From what I have read and know about the beach, it is one of the biggest and largest beaches in the Middle East and also it is a place of tourism.


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Al Samra (Syria)

Thursday, March 02, 2017 at 00:25
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Al Samra in Syria I think would be the best quietest beach here because I don't know if someone still goes there. There has been a war going there for such a long time people would be afraid to go there anyways that's why its quit.


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Anamur, Iskele (Turkey)

Friday, March 03, 2017 at 07:06
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Anamur, Iskele (Turkey)

Anamur's Mediterranean coastline, located between the cities of Mersin and Antalya in Turkey and one of the Mediterranean plaza that has occurred.

It is the most South spot in Turkey and plaza and a place that's known for its bananas and peanuts, and is currently a tourist attraction place.

I was not here but I would like to visit

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Bapco (Bahrain)

Monday, March 06, 2017 at 05:16
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Natural pearls in the sea. Fresh water springs. Time to pack the bags and go to Bahrain.

I've always loved bodies of water. Whether its fresh water or salty water, its taking a dip cool and refreshing water while in the summer sun that makes it so enticing. But the best is natural springs, its usually so cool and refreshing, with natural minerals that make your skin glow. Whether its cold spring or hot spring, it does not matter.

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South Beach (Jordan)

Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 04:31
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This sound good enough. Jordan is generally good and peaceful country, not much known in the world for tourism. I have an acquaintance who is there and I know it would be great to go there on the beach. I like quiet beaches

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 19:05
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Middle east houses many of the world's most beautiful places as well as places that have good infrastructures. I don't know the one to pick among the list in that they are worthy of being called the best. I like good and safe places. The middle east have it.

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Kish Island (Iran)

Saturday, April 01, 2017 at 10:39
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I think Kish Island (Iran) is the Best "Quiet" beach in the Middle East.

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Achziv (Israel)

Sunday, April 02, 2017 at 14:05
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That's the only one I've actually been at.

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Fuwairit (Qatar)

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 16:37
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Quatar is one of the richest country in the world. So they invest all over the world. No country or state want to break their investement, so they don't create problems to them. Also the got big budget for security, so it's a country very quite.


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Marjan (Oman)

Friday, May 19, 2017 at 13:31
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Best beach for 100% relaxation!


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Kish Island (Iran)

Wednesday, August 09, 2017 at 15:12
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Its a funny island. its sandy and hot but funny. I did not see any island like that sandy before

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