Located along the road of Quy Nhon – Song Cau, Quy Hoa beach poses as a poetic picture granted by nature with blue clean long beaches so that visitors can freely play with the waves. If there are plenty of time, you can take a 30 minutes boat to other islands offshore Quy Hoa.
The tourists traveling from Phu My Town to My Tho Commune will be attracted by the sight of a big red rock protruding toward the sea some 20m. At the center of the rock, there is a small cave constantly battered by sea waves.
Anyone who once came visit Binh Dinh will surely know of this popular song: “Binh Dinh has Vong Phu mount, Thi Nai Lagoon, Cu Lao Xanh (blue island)”. Once you set foot on the Blue Island, you can never forget that charming blue color of the sky and the sea.
About 8km north-east away from Quy Nhon city, Thi Nai lagoon is the largest one of its kind in Binh Dinh which possess a rich ecosystem with rate wildlife animals and beautiful attractive landscapes. In calm winds and quite seas, visitors can ride a boat around the lagoon, visiting Con Chim (Bird hillock) – the “green lung” of the city of Qui Nhon.