Dibba Al-Fujairah (دبا الفجيرة) is a city in the emirate of Fujairah, situated on the upper east piece of the United Arab Emirates. It is geologically part of the Dibba area. Dibba Al-Fujairah is viewed as the second biggest city in the emirate of Fujairah after Fujairah City. It covers a region of 600 square kilometers.
There are 8 air terminals in the region of Dibba Al-Fujairah, of which 3 are bigger air terminals. The nearest is air terminal we know is Dibba Airport in Oman in a separation of 2 mi (or 3 km). The nearest air terminal in the United Arab Emirates is Ras Al Khaimah International Airport in a separation of 20 mi (or 3 km), North-West. Other than the air terminals, there are other travel choices accessible (check left side). There is one Unesco world legacy site adjacent. The nearest legacy site is Cultural Sites of Al Ain (Hafit, Hili, Bidaa Bint Saud and Oases Areas) in Andorra at a separation of 109 mi (or 176 km).
Contingent upon your movement plan, you should need to visit a portion of the accompanying areas: Ras al-Khaimah, Al Fujayrah, Khasab, Umm al Qaywayn and Ajman.
Dibba, some of the time spelled Diba or Daba, is a beachfront district at the northern tip of the eastern Arabian promontory on the Gulf of Oman. It is politically separated into three fragments: Dibba Al-Fujairah, led by the Emirate of Fujairah, UAE Dibba Al-Hisn, controlled by the Emirate of Sharjah, UAE Dibba Al-Baya, administered by the Governorate of Musandam, Oman.
There is a street connecting Dibba with Fujairah, which runs parallel to the Gulf. In favor of the street lie waterfront towns, for example, Dhidana, Bidiya, Merbah and Sharam. On the opposite side, Dibba is associated with Masafi by a street up to Fujairah-Masafi parkway, which additionally interfaces with the Fujairah-Dhaid-Sharjah double carriageway. Dibba is presumed of its relics and chronicled places, including tombs and executes going back to the seventh thousand years B.C. Archeological finds have uncovered that the zone was possessed by man since the Stone Age. In the third thousand years, B.C. Dibba was a business focus frequented by the Phoenicians, experts of the ocean at that period.