Phu Yen is a coastal province in the south central Vietnam, bordering with Binh Dinh in the north, with Khanh Hoa in the south. A beautiful land with attractive sea-islands, typical culture of South Central:
Vung Ro has 12 small beaches, each with its own characteristics but are charming with vast blue sea which are suitable for bathing or relaxing or enjoying seafood. Nua Islet looks like a pillar dividing the South into two parts.
Dai Lanh Lighthouse: This is one of the eight lighthouses dating back over 100 years out in 79 active lighthouses in Vietnam.
Hon Chua Island: In the sea around the island, there so much colorful coral reefs which are suitable for crab, lobster shelter.
Tiger cave consists of hundreds of large and small stones lying on top of one another, reaching out to the sea. Many tourists coming here are impressed by the attractiveness of the blue sea, sandy rocks lying close to the foot of waves.
Da Dia Cliff: From a distance, the cliff looks like piles of pottery plates or stairs rising out to sea. After walking freely on the cliff, the beach stretching nearly 3 km promises to bring relaxation moments for tourists.
Xuan Dai Gulf: From the top of Giang slope...
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