Located in Phuoc Tan Village, Hoa Tam commune, Dong Hoa district, Phu Yen province, Mui Dien (or Dai Lanh Cape is one of many highlights of this coastal province.
Starting from the centre of Tuy Hoa city, crossing Hung Vuong Bridge and turning to the Phuoc Tan-Bai Nga coastal road, it will take tourists 30 more kilometres to reach Mui Dien. It is considered as one of the most spectacular coastal roads in Vietnam, with a view of the mountains on one side and dozens of deep blue beaches at its foot. Bai Mon beach, running on the foot of Dai Lanh Cape, is one of them.
Being part of Truong Son mountain range overlooking the sea, Mui Dien not only looks like a mountain but also an island because there is a stream separating the mountain from the land.
Mon beach, situated at the mountain foot of Mui Dien, is an attractive place with the stretch of white sand. Coming here, you will have the opportunity to be immersed in blue water at Bai Mon. Many tourists said that the most ravishing thing here is the sunrise is first seen. In addition to exotic beaches, there is also the natural ecosystem of the mainland adjacent to the sea, it is good for tourism development.
Coming to Mui Dien, you can bring food, drinks. Remember that you should not forget to prepare warm clothes to stay the night. In the evening, visitors will be relaxing by enjoying grilled fish (freshly caught), listening to tales and stories of the light-house watchmen.
Mui Dien is shimmering and mysterious at night, I am sure that you will have very fascinating experiences here.