Discover the history
The cultural heritage of the Arabian principality goes back more than 7,000 years, to the Bronze Age. One of the most important witnesses to this is undoubtedly the Dhayah Fort, built in the 16th century. Here, the visitors not only learn more about the past, they can also let their gaze wander in all four directions and admire the valley.
Not far from Ras Al Khaimah city, another sight awaits you. The National Museum allows travellers to learn more about the traditions and life of the Emirati. In former times, the building served as the residence of the royal family. Also worth a visit is Al Jazirah Al Hamra, the “Red Island”. The oldest coastal village of the Emirates was abandoned in the middle of the last century and now presents an impressive example of how times have changed here too.