Cua Tung Beach is located in Vinh Linh District, Quang Tri Province in the north central region of Vietnam. The beach has sparkling green water, silky sand, and it is touched by soft breezes throughout the year.
The French have discovered Cua Tung Beach in early 20th century. They hailed it as “Queen of beaches”. At the same time they built many Gothic-architecture villas, roads.
Bow-shaped Cua Tung Beach is 1km long with smooth white sand, gentle slope, blue sea water. Embracing the beach is basalt hill range with reefs, of which Mui Si and Mui Lai reefs are part of the sea from 2 sides to create an airtight small bay without whirling sea currents. Offshore, Con Co Island looks like a tortoise emerging on the blue water.
Coming to Cua Tung Beach, besides sea bathing, walking in pine hills, enjoying sea foods of lobster, butterfish, cuttlefish, crab, snail…, visitors can also go along the coastal road to visit Vinh Moc Tunnel (4km to the north of Cua Tung Beach) and discover other famous historical sites such as Hien Luong Bridge, Ben Hai River…