Dai Lanh Beach is a gorgeous spot 83km north of Nha Trang and 150km south of Quy Nhon, right on Hwy 1. Other than the turquoise water, soft cream-coloured sand and quiet, there’s a whole lot of nothing around.
Dai Lanh is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful beaches with wonderful nature: white and mostly sand along with casuarinas.
About 1km south of Dai Lanh Beach is a vast sand-dune causeway worth exploring; it connects the mainland to Hon Gom, a mountainous peninsula almost 30km in length. The main village on Hon Gom is Dam Mon (known to the French as Port Dayol), which is on a sheltered bay facing the island of Hon Lon.
At the northern end of Dai Lanh Beach is Dai Lanh Promontory (Mui Dai Lanh), which was named Cap Varella by the French.
Long time ago, Dai Lanh Beach with beautiful nature had been ranked one of the famous landscapes in Vietnam. Dai Lanh Beach has calm, clear blue water as well as soft, white sand (offering safe swimming conditions). A fresh water source runs from the bottom of a mountain through the beach.
Dai Lanh scenery had been carved on one of the Nine Urns which is standing in front of The Mieu yard in Hue by King Minh Mang. Dai Lanh Beach, visitors can travel to the fishing villages in Khai Luong and Dam Mon.
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