In the village, which is over 200 years old, there is an old fort and the Juma mosque, built in 1780. It is worth going here in order to admire the unusual landscape of the "colored" mountains and look at the "wadi" - the drying beds of mountain streams. Noteworthy is the Heritage Village, a reconstructed complex of adobe buildings that rises on a hill to a locked observation tower. The road leading to the Hatta repeatedly crosses the border between the emirates of Dubai and Ajman, as well as between the UAE and the Sultanate of Oman. On the pass there is a market for synthetic carpets and ceramics: clay jugs, candle holders and incense burners. You can stay in the Hatta at the four-star Hatta Fort Hotel, where you can take a family walk in the mountains, swim in the pool, shoot archery and play in golf. In addition to Jeema Restaurant and Roumoul Bar, there is also a Café Gazebo, whose glazed terrace is sure to give new impressions to lovers of sunrises and sunsets.
Tel .: (04) 852 3211
The main entertainment in the Hutt is a jeep ride in Wadi. 20 km from the village are Hatta Pools - mountain pools with clear, cold water at any time of the year. To get here, you need to leave Hatta, leaving the Heritage Village on the left, in the direction of the village of Jima and the Omani border. During the rainy season (autumn - winter) it is better to go on such a trip with an experienced escort.
Opening hours: daily, from 8: 00-22: 00, on Fridays from 16: 00-22: 00.
Tel .: (04) 3937151