Update: 08:59 | 22/07/2019
Stretching along the southern central coast, Phu Yen province boasts huge potential for tourism development. Phu Yen’s many beautiful bays and pristine beaches are inviting tourists from far and wide.
Ghenh Da Dia is the symbol of Phu Yen province. From afar, the rocky shore resembles a gigantic natural beehive because of its hexagonal rocks on the surface and tall columns.
Ghenh Da Dia is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Phu Yen province. Formed by volcanic eruptions from millions of years ago, the rocky shore of Ghenh Da Dia has unique shapes of round, hexagon, pentagon and polygon.
Dai Lanh Cape Point, also known as Mui Dien, is a small branch of Truong Son mountain range that points to the ocean. The cape point is one of the eastern-most locations of Vietnam, with two hard-to-reach destinations: Dai Lanh lighthouse and pristine Bai Mon (Mon Beach).
The lighthouse of Den cliff helps navigate maritime activities in Xuan Dai and Chao bays and is about 30km from Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province.
Bai Xep (Xep beach) is located in Quy Nhon, Phu Yen province, with soft yellow sand, turquoise-blue ocean and clear blue sky.
An Hai fishing village is a small village in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, where locals rely solely on the ocean for livelihoods.
High contrast between golden islets and turquoise blue ocean at dawn at Yen islet.
Vung Ro Bay.
Phu Yen province's lobster farms are like neat rows of Xs on the emerald blue water.
Phu Yen province's fishermen spread large nets to catch anchovies near Yen islet.