About 100km from Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province to the north, Lo Dieu cliff is known as a new destination, attracting tourists who love nature.
Visitors can enjoy summer in Lo Dieu, Hoai My commune, Hoai Nhon district, Binh Dinh province, discovering majestic mountains, blue sea, yellow sand, and rocky cliffs.
|Majestic mountains, blue sea, golden sand and pristine cliffs in Lo Dieu. Photo: Dantri
This gorgeous region is prime for summer vacations and beachfront getaways.
|Lo Dieu Rocks. Photo: Dantri
Lo Dieu beach looks like a giant bow from above. The multi-shaped rocks combine with golden sand to create a spectacular picture of rock – water.
|The rocks are covered with seaweed. Photo: Dantri
The rocks covered with seaweed are eye-catching in the afternoon when the sun goes down.
Visitors can see shrimp farms and boats floating on the sea that reveals the ups and downs of the fisherman’s life.
The locals live mainly by fishing. This job requires not just the muscular bodies of men, but also the hands of skilled women to steadily row the boats. Visitors can try fishing with the fishermen here.
|The locals live by fishing. Photo: Dantri
Visitors can also enjoy seafood such as crabs, shrimps, fish, squid, oysters, and urchins grilled right on the beach by locals. Urchin porridge is a special dish in Lo Dieu. Visitors can try and buy the local fish sauce which tastes both fatty and sweet. In addition, there are many sand crabs here, you can easily catch them at night with a flashlight. Sand crab roasted tamarind or sand crab noodles are also popular in Lo Dieu.
|Lo Dieu cliff attracts young people. Photo: Dan Tri
|Currently, the Lo Dieu cliff is known as a new tourist attraction. Photo: Dantri