Cua Tung beach is formed by geological conditions with two underground rock formations, Mui Si and Mui Lay, creating a small bay with gentle ocean waves.
Coming to Cua Tung beach, visitors are guaranteed to have unforgettable experiences. The most impressive sight is the sunrise on the beach, with its tranquil atmosphere and majestic, poetic scenery. To get the fullest experience, visitors are recommended to get up early, take a walk on the beach, catch the first morning sunshine, and get a glimpse of the beautiful moments of fishing boats stacked with seafood coming back from the sea. Not only that, visitors can also experience the life of the locals by helping them with sorting and transporting seafood, so that from here the seafood can be delivered to its buyers. Leaving the boats, the fish market, and walking along the long sandy beach, visitors can see the boats moored on the shore, after days on the sea, meeting and confiding with the people to learn more about Cua Tung and the life at sea.
While visiting Cua Tung beach and exploring the famous fresh specialties, visitors must try dishes such as: cuttlefish, bánh đúc rau câu (Duc jelly cake), buffalo meat, watercress...
Cua Tung beach was discovered by the French, who built many villas and resorts next to the sea. Currently, the ancient buildings in Gothic architecture still remain to add to the impressive scenery.
Coming to Cua Tung, visitors can also explore and learn more about the historical landmarks that mark the struggle to unite the country, such as: Hien Luong bridge, Ben Hai river, the flagpole, Vinh Moc tunnels, Truong Son National Martyr Cemetery, Con Co island...
(Source: Vietnam Today 5.2022)