The beauty of volcanic ruins at the foot of Bai Xep beach

In addition to Ganh Da Dia rapids, volcanic lava flows from millions of years ago also created many beautiful scenes in Phu Yen, including Xep beach.

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Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Like the Ganh Da Dia landscape, the black rock beach in Bai Xep was formed when the volcano erupted. Streams of hot lava that melted at high temperatures suddenly solidified when they encountered seawater.

Bai Xep belongs to An Chan commune, Tuy An district. From the center of Tuy Hoa city, you just need to run along Doc Lap coastal road about 17 km, until you see the signboard of the studio "I see yellow flowers on the green grass" is there.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Bai Xep is quite pristine with casuarina forest surrounded, including two blocks of Ganh Ong and Ganh Ba mountains, two clear beaches, white sand hill and catus savanna ... This place was chosen as the setting of the film "I see yellow flowers on the green grass" - a cinematographic work that has changed tourism in Nau Phu Yen.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
With the majestic beauty of volcanic ruins, Bai Xep today is like a huge black rock reaching out to the sea.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Over time, being eroded by seawater and climate change, the stones become more and more glossy, cling to each other.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Cacti, a symbol of arid regions, grows in Phu Yen. At Bai Xep, this tree grows wild, dense on the cliffs.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Looking down from above, visitors can clearly see the contrast between the black volcanic rock and the emerald green color of the sea.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
The shoreline at Bai Xep's foot was exposed in the morning, when the tide had receded. Visitors can walk along the cliff on giant black rocks to admire the sea.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Bai Xep has many angles with majestic views of high mountains, abyss, blue sea and sandy beaches, rocky beaches.
Bai Xep beac, Phu Yen province.
Today, this place has become one of the tourist symbols of Phu Yen, attracting many visitors to visit.

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