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Visitez les sites archéologiques de Zubarah ou, à Doha, admirez les gratte-ciels le long de l'avenue courbe Al Corniche longeant la mer. Perdez-vous à la recherche de bonnes affaires à ramener chez soi dans les souks animés, puis rafraîchissez-vous en prenant le bateau pour les îles entourant la péninsule du Qatar.

Holidays in Qatar


Browse the souks in the capital Doha, puff on a fruit-flavoured shisha pipe or sip mint tea. Further south is Al Wakra, once a tiny pearling and fishing village, now a growing town. You'll find the beaches of Al Khor north of the capital. Come here to relax or to try water sports. Inland, escape to the salt flats of Khor al-Adaid – surrounded by sand dunes.


City breaks in Qatar


Wander the crescent-shaped Corniche along the coastline of capital city Doha. Then go shopping in Souk Waqif for carpets and jewellery. Explore the museum inside the thick walls of the fort at Al-Zubarah and investigate the archaeological site nearby. You can go to former fishing and pearling village Al Wakra to visit its museum dedicated to marine life and natural history.

Things to do in Qatar


Get a closer look at Qatar's national animal at the Oryx Farm in Al-Shahaniya. Capture the beauty of pure-bred Arabian horses at Qatar Race & Equestrian Club. Take a desert safari to climb 196-foot-high sand dunes at Khor al-Adaid in a 4x4. Or join a boat trip to explore the islands off the coast of Qatar at remote Shrao Island, fringed by a coral reef, turtles come ashore to nest. Soak up the sun on the sandy beach at Al Khor.