Hoang Hau, Bai Xep or Hon Dau are the most beautiful beaches in Quy Nhon – the central city of Vietnam.
Located about 20 km from Binh Dinh center, Hon Kho is a new destination for tourists who would like to discover the untouched beaches with beautiful sandy, blue sea, and calm waves. To approach this place, you need to rent a boat from a fisher or buy a canoe tour. It usually takes around 5-10 minutes to transport from Nhon Hai commune to the place. The most exciting experiences at Hon Kho are diving to watch coral and conquering rocky mountains. Photo by: Trung Pham.
Ky Co is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Central of Vietnam thanks to its crescent-shaped coastline. It is about 25 km from the center of Quy Nhon city. Visitors can rent a boat to go there for swimming and enjoy the fresh seafood. It has three sides bordering the mountain, one side bordering the sea. The island’s attractions are sandy beaches, low slopes, and green water all year round. Photo by: Tien Hung.
Hoang Hau beach is also called another egg beach. It stands out with big, round stacks of stones. Egg beach is 3 km from southeast of Quy Nhon city, mainly attracting visitors for sightseeing and check-in. In addition, visitors can visit the stone church, the grave of Han Mac Tu, Lau Ong Hoang which are very near to the egg beach. Photo by: Nguyen Phuoc Hoai.
Bai Xep is about 10 km from Quy Nhon city. This place is might not be famous as Bai Xep in Phu Yen but still attracts so many tourists, especially foreigners who come here to rest and explore the local culture. Because the natural sea is near the fishing village, you can blend into the life of the people, around many homestays. Photo by: Vy An.
Quy Nhon Beach is located right in the center of the city, possessing a curve similar to the crescent moon. It attracts so many visitors thanks to its blue sea, golden sand which stretches 5 km from Tan’s nose to Ghenh Rang. Besides playing, swimming, visitors can also enjoy the fresh seafood that is typical of Quy Nhon in the nearby Xuan Dieu street. Photo by: Hong Ha.
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