Qatar Tour Guide: Al-Jassasiya (Jabal Al-Jassasiya)

Qatar Tour Guide: Al-Jassasiya (Jabal Al-Jassasiya) Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

Al-Jassasiya is composed of a number of rocky hills overlooking the northeastern coast of the country. Among the hills are numerous stone carvings and engravings, which may date back to pre-historic times.

Known for its fine beaches, Al-Jassasiya and its neighbour, Fuwairet, are popular spots for weekend excursions.

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