Ganh Da Dia (The Sea Cliff on Stone Plates)

  • Bai Xep (Xep Beach)

With a coastline stretching about 190km, Phu Yen possesses many paradise beaches and bays. Among them, Bai Xep is one of the most famous beaches representing the beauty of Phu Yen. Bai Xep is a secluded beach located in An Chan Commune, Tuy An District, Phu Yen Province, Vietnam. It is famous for its pristine beauty, with a long stretch of golden sand, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and untouched natural surroundings. Unlike many other popular beaches in Vietnam, Bai Xep remains relatively unspoiled, offering a tranquil and peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

In addition, Bai Xep Beach has captivated the hearts of filmmakers and viewers alike, serving as a picturesque backdrop for a lot of Vietnamese famous movies. In particular, through the movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass”, Bai Xep has truly become a hot spot on the Vietnam tourist map. 

Bai Xep (Xep Beach)

 Dien Cape (Easternmost tip)

Dien Cape, Vietnam’s easternmost point, is a stunning location that offers breathtaking views of the East Sea and welcomes the first sunrise in Vietnam. Located in the province of Phu Yen, Dien Cape is a popular destination for both domestic and international tourists. The area is home to a number of beautiful beaches, including Mon Beach, which is a great spot for swimming and sunbathing. There are also a number of historical sites in the area, such as the Dai Lanh Lighthouse, which was built in 1890. Visitors to Dien Cape can also enjoy a variety of activities, such as hiking, fishing, and boating. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach getaway or an adventurous trip, Dien Cape is sure to please.

Road to the first dawn point

Dien Cape

Vung Ro Bay

Vung Ro Bay, a hidden gem nestled amidst the rugged coastline of Phu Yen Province in Vietnam, is a captivating blend of natural splendor and historical significance. Sheltered by the majestic Ca Pass, Da Bia, and Hon Ba mountains, this tranquil bay boasts crystal-clear waters, pristine beaches, and a thriving ecosystem of coral reefs. As you glide through the emerald waters on a traditional wooden fishing boat, you’ll encounter a picturesque floating village, where life unfolds at a leisurely pace. 

Vung Ro Bay’s allure extends beyond its scenic beauty. Its rich history is deeply intertwined with the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail at Sea, a clandestine route used during the Vietnam War to transport vital supplies to the southern front.  Therefore, Whether you’re seeking tranquility amidst nature’s embrace or a glimpse into Vietnam’s past, Vung Ro Bay promises an unforgettable experience.

Vung Ro Bay

Ca Pass

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