Al Ahsa
    • Al-Ahsa is an oasis rich with green spaces and water springs. It is the land of welfare, beauty, and good people. Also, it is the biggest governorate in the Eastern Province and a place of multiple historical civilizations and archeological sites.

 Al-Ahsa City

The largest natural oasis in the world and the home of ancient civilizations. UNESCO has a world heritage site with many picturesque beaches, the largest industrial lagoon in the Arabian Gulf region and more than 30 natural springs. Life over ​time.​

 Attraction Sites

    • Named after the largest oasis in the world Al Ahsa is in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province. It is located between the two major cities of Riyadh and Dammam and contains the ...
    • Northeast of Hofuf is Jebel Al Qarah, which stands in the middle of Al Qarah oasis. Recognized as one of the country’s most stunning natural wonders, the mountain hides 12 temperate caverns and is surrounded by vast palm groves. A favorite destination for hikers, mountaineers and nature lovers.
      Al Qarah Mountain
    • The National Park is a beautiful green oasis near Qara Mountain. Originally planned to prevent desert sands being blown into the city of Umran, the park has now transformed into a family-friendly green destination. The park welcomes visitors to its green spaces, playgrounds, recreation areas and swimming pools all through the year.
      Al Ahsa National Park
    • Built high on a plateau on the west of Mubarraz City, the palace dates from the 17th century CE. Formed of rectangular walls with towers at each corner, the palace was an important defensive site.
      Sahood Palace
    • It is located in Al Hofuf city. It was built in 1220 AH. It has a military style because it was used as a military barracks during the Ottoman rule in Al Ahsa. It gained fame when Prince Abdul Rahman bin Faisal besieged the palace and returned it to Saudi rule in 1331 AH.
      Khozam Palace
    • It is one of the oldest known markets in the eastern Arab Peninsula. It formed a link between the Gulf's coast and the internal cities. Built in 1918 CE it contains 300 shops selling a variety of products in a unique building.
      Al Qaisariyah Market
    • One of the most important historical sites on Saudi Arabia’s eastern seaboard because of its long-standing trade links. It’s not absolutely clear who built the fort of Al Uqair, but it consists of stone ramparts some 150 feet in length topped with mud brick. The site was the setting of the 1922 conference establishing the borders of modern Saudi Arabia. The existing fort sits on the site of a much more ancient structure that is associated with the ancient Dilmun civilization (4000- 2000 BCE).
      Al Uqair Port
    • One of the most beautiful beaches on the Arab Gulf thanks to its unspoilt nature, pure wells, and its proximity to many islands.
      Al Uqair Beach
    • Particularly popular in in late winter is Al Asfar Lake in Al Ahsa oasis, which draws visitors young and old thanks to its tranquility and beauty. Mind you, its also a haven for off-roaders, so It’s not always quiet!
      Al Asfar Lake
    • Reputed to be the first mosque to hold Friday prayers other than the Prophet's Mosque, it was built in 628CE when the local Banu Abdul Qays tribe accepted Islam.
      Jawatha Mosque



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