The capital of the UAE is ideal for a luxurious beach holiday, varied entertainment attractions and traditional cultural experiences.
While in Abu Dhabi it is well worth experiencing some authentic culture, see traditional weaving and textile making or visit the local camel market. If you’re planning your trip in November make sure to get tickets for the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Stroll through the city and be awed by the impressive Mosques, with Abu Dhabi having one of the largest in the world, or see turtles and dolphins in the Mangrove National Park.
- Traditional Culture
- Formula 1 Grand Prix
- Great Beaches
- 18th Century Fort
- Shopping Boutiques
- Mangrove National Park
Presenting our top Luxury Properties in Abu Dhabi
Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort
Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
This luxurious Resort commands a prime location overlooking the blue seas of the Arabian Gulf and protected sand dunes where Hawksbill Turtles nest.View Hotel
Abu Dhabi is very dry and sunny for most of the year; Spring and Autumn usually see a perfect climate and winters can also provide really warm pleasant days. Summer sees an average of 13 hours of sunshine daily but can be hot and humid.