Dibba Al Fujairah is the largest town in the Northern part of the Emirate and the upper part of the Gulf of Oman. The town lies on a coastal plain, nestled in the mountains, in the midst of green fields and ancient relics. There is two more Dibba - Dibba Al-Hisn is coming under Sharjah Emirate and Dibba Al-Baya is under Sultanate of Oman. It contains several small villages located between the mountains and the seacoast.
During winter people from all over the Emirates travel to Dibba to camp in the mountains and in summer they enjoy water sports and the sandy beaches. Beaches in Dibba are considered among the best of the UAE.
There is a road linking Dibba with Fujairah, which runs parallel to the Gulf. On the side of the road lie coastal villages such as Dhidana, Bidiya, Merbah and Sharam. On the other side Dibba is connected with Masafi by a road up to Fujairah-Masafi highway, which also links with the Fujairah-Dhaid-Sharjah dual carriageway. Dibba is reputed of its relics and historical places, including tombs and implements dating back to the 7th millennium B.C. Archaeological finds have revealed that the area was inhabited by man since the Stone Age. In the 3rd millennium B.C. Dibba was a commercial centre frequented by the Phoenicians, masters of the sea at that era.