This is also known as the first place of the country to see the dawn. To get there, you will have to climb up the 110 spiral stairs. Eat something before going up as there is no restaurant in the area. However, some drinks can be purchased at the top.
From the top of the lighthouse, you will see the long beaches in Phu Yen. Wake up early and go there at 4 a.m. to witness the sunrise, it’s really worth it.
The fee to the Đại Lãnh lighthouse is VND10.000, which is used to protect the lighthouse.
Located in An Ninh Dong commune in Tuy An District (Tuy An being the capital of the province), Da Dia Reef has become one of the must-come places in Phu Yen.
It consists of an estimated 35,000 columns of basalt rocks created from volcanic eruptions millions of years ago. When the molten basalt flows met cold water, they solidified and shaped these rare round, pentagonal, hexagonal and polygonal formations.
The dark-blue colour of the stones combines with the fresh blue water from the sea to provide an unforgettable experience.
A good part of this attraction is that it only costs the VND5,000 parking fee.