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Pebble Beach

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Pebble Beach

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cutelady Baluch wrote a review Feb 2020
Muscat Governorate, Oman1,201 contributions145 helpful votes
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شاطئ_الحصى_الأبيض/ شاطئ_طيوي /شاطئ_بيبل: شاطئ ساحر ،لامع، مملوء بالحصى ،ويقع بين المنحدرات ، والبحر بلون الزبرجد.. يقع على طريق قريات صور الساحلي ... Pebble beach Oman is an exquisite beach sprinkled with white smooth silky pebbles. Tucked between cliffs and a long shoreline of pebbles, this spellbinding beach glistens with its aquamarine water. ...
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Date of experience: January 2020
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philo04 wrote a review Jan 2020
California216 contributions136 helpful votes
We visited this beach - south of Fins (we drove from Sur) for a few hours in December of 2019. There were barely any people there and we had a nice swim in the warm water. The view is wonderful of the mountains in the distance and the beach has white soft sand and all white rocks. We did see a small amount of green algae but it was not too bad. There were some waves here but it is shallow for a good distance out which was great for our nine year old. We loved our refreshing swim here. This is a much recommended spot.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ash6996 wrote a review Dec 2019
Muscat, Oman137 contributions32 helpful votes
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We camped with family and friends on the night of 31/12/18 to bring in the new year 01/01/19 at a pebble beach in the Fins area. Got there in the dark, found a beauty spot where there was a little sand amongst the pebbles and pitched our tents before we got the Bbq and fire pit all fired up for dinner and drinks. Brought in the new year with friends and stayed up all night watching the gorgeous luminescence in the ocean which lit up the waves like they had LED lights in them and talking about New Years resolutions . However at 3 am along strolls a stranger into our camp asking for tea which we found extremely odd at that hour since we were the only ones awake at that time. He was harmless though since he disappeared after we chatted to him a little. Next day Ocean brought in wave after wave of green algae so the kids couldn’t go swimming which was disappointing. We packed up our campsite after a good breakfast and got rid of our trash in designated trash bins provided by the beachside. Do try to leave only footprints and not trash. Lovely way to bring in the New year , pity about the algae which we were told is a consequence of ocean temperatures rising 😢
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Date of experience: January 2019
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alstondm wrote a review Nov 2019
Mumbai, India84 contributions22 helpful votes
A some what rare sight were one should find sand there only shiny round pebbles of all shapes and size. Being perfect weather at this time of the year mid Nov the cool breeze didn't make the sun heat being felt. There was hardly any public so one swimming in the blue waters like a dream.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Asim I wrote a review May 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom71 contributions105 helpful votes
Visited Pebble Beach and the views are breathtaking, beautiful clear blue waters lapping gently on soft golden sands, millions of pebbles as far as the eye can see, against the back-drop of rugged rocks formed over thousands of years of natural erosion. However be warned for all the natural beauty the area is very secluded only accessible by vehicles, there are no services around for miles, only the Wadi Shab Resort that has very limited opening hours. If visiting Pebble Beach, make sure you travel there fully prepared with adequate food provisions and copious supplies of water. You will not need a 4x4 as you can park virtually on the side of Route 17 that passes directly by the beach. One other tip make sure you have suitable foot attire that is both waterproof yet thick soled, as walking on those pebbles can start to feel really uncomfortable after a while...Ifound crocs are the perfect footwear. The most up-setting part of our visit was all the litter concealed every where, this has most probably been deposited by visitors who are so inconsiderate and do not take their litter home!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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