Gành Đá Đĩa
Ganh Da Dia is a famous and unique place in Phu Yen that you must definitely visit. The cliffs here are made up of hot lava flows that erupted thousands of years ago, met with cold sea water that froze into outstanding black rocks.
These cylindrical black rocks have undergone many years of weathering to become as smooth as if they had been honed. From a distance, the cliff looks like a giant beehive close to the beach. This natural masterpiece has no human involvement. Coming to Ganh Da Dia, do not miss the opportunity to watch the sunrise over the sea to see the iridescent golden color of the mysterious black stones.
If you have come to visit Ganh Da Dia, you certainly cannot ignore a famous tourist destination in Phu Yen nearby, which is Ganh Den lighthouse. From the lighthouse, you can zoom out. From afar, you can see the vast and vast sea of Phu Yen. The peaceful wild scenery of the central fishing village appeared in the stunning afternoon sun.
Mang Lang Church
Located in An Thach commune, Tuy An province, Mang Lang church was built in 1892 and is one of the oldest churches in the country. The church is a tourist destination in Phu Yen that attracts many tourists.
Tam Giang Dam
Located about 30km from Tuy Hoa near Mang Lang church, Tam Giang dam is one of the emerging attractions of Phu Yen. Tam Giang dam is a very important irrigation project on the Cai river of Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. Thanks to the construction of the dam, the people of Phu Yen no longer have to suffer from floods during the annual stormy season.
Mr. Tiger Bridge
Ong Cop Bridge is considered the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam with a length of nearly 800m. Located in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, the wooden bridge was built in 1998 to connect two villages in An Ninh Tay commune. With a simple and simple bridge, Ong Cop Bridge has the characteristics of Phu Yen village and is also a place for young people to take virtual pictures.
O Loan Lagoon
This is a place to visit Phu Yen that caused a fever on social networks after the famous movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass” was released. O Loan Lagoon possesses a very idyllic beauty, but it is also very attractive to tourists from afar.
Cham architectural monuments located in the heart of Tuy Hoa city always attract many people to visit when going to Phu Yen. As a work of art and religious architecture, Nhan tower still retains the characteristics of Cham culture. If you want to discover the culture and history of Phu Yen, you must definitely go to Nhan tower.
Bai Mon is located between two mountains forming a charming curved coastline with smooth sand. As one of the most beautiful beaches in Phu Yen, there are not many people living here, so it still retains its unspoiled natural beauty and there is no garbage. The waves at Mon beach are a bit rough, so if you want to swim, be careful.
Dai Lanh Lighthouse
Dai Lanh Lighthouse is located in Hoa Tam commune, Dong Hoa, Phu Yen province, 35km southeast of Tuy Hoa city. If you want to go to Dai Lanh lighthouse from Tuy Hoa, just go through Hung Vuong Boulevard and then follow Highway 29 to see the lighthouse on the cape protruding into the sea. The road to Dai Lanh lighthouse is one of the most beautiful sea routes in Vietnam with one side is the blue sea and the other is high mountains.
Vung Ro Bay
The list of beautiful tourist destinations in Phu Yen cannot be complete without the beautiful bay of Vung Ro. Located in Xuan Hoa Nam commune, Dong Hoa province, Phu Yen province, Vung Ro bay is surrounded by mountains on 3 sides, so the sea surface is very gentle and calm. The most beautiful place to admire Vung Ro bay is from the Ca pass looking down. Standing from the top of the pass, looking out into the distance, watching the turquoise sea and enjoying the cool breeze will be a great experience for your trip to Phu Yen.
Salt making is a long-standing traditional profession of people in the Central Coast region. The stretching white salt fields bring an indescribable beauty that makes many tourists fall in love. This is also a place to take photos that many tourists and photographers hunt for when coming to Phu Yen.