3 fishing villages in Quy Nhon you should not be missed when coming here

Nhon Hai, Nhon Ly, Bai Lay, Hai Minh are the oldest fishing villages in Quy Nhon with peaceful scenery that many tourists visit when coming here.

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Nhon Hai fishing village

Nhon Hai fishing village in Quy Nhon - by Trung Pham (fishing villages in Quy Nhon)
by Trung Pham

Nhon Hai is one of the famous fishing villages in Quy Nhon – Binh Dinh. This place is nearly 20 km from the city center, visitors can explore the peaceful life of a fishing village hidden under the arched mountains by the coast.

Here, visitors will have a unique experience when walking on the ancient Champa ramparts, only rising to the sea surface during low tide or dry season.

This is one of two important and sacred architectural works of Nhon Hai villagers next to Huong Mai pagoda with many Arhat statues.

At the same time, visitors can also experience snail catching, oyster picking, fishing, diving, and watching coral, mingling with nature blue sea, golden sunshine.

The typical dish not to be missed in Nhon Hai is the sea urchin (also known as the sea urchin or the bum) rich in nutrients. The famous tourist attraction in Nhon Hai is Hon Kho, about 5 minutes by canoe from the fishing village.

From the fishing village, visitors can take a canoe or wooden boat to Hon Kho to bathe, play water sports, “check-in” a wooden bridge built on the rock rapids.

The direction to Nhon Hai fishing village is the opposite way to Ky Co – Eo Gio. Here locals often organize day tours, canoeing to the island for only 10 minutes.

Nhon Ly fishing village

Nhon Ly (fishing villages in Quy Nhon)

Nhon Ly is about 18 km from Nhon Hai. To get here, visitors have to cross Thi Nai Bridge from the city center, visit famous landmarks such as Eo Gio and Ky Co.

Visitors who want to learn about communal house culture can visit Hung Luong, Xuong Ly, Phuoc Sa pagoda …

The path winding along the cliffs at Nhon Ly fishing village is a place to walk, admire the sea, rocky beaches or catch dawn. Coming to the village in the afternoon, visitors will not have to suffer the strong sun and drop in the shady space covered by rocks.

This is due to the unique form of the village. All main roads are facing to the beach, where the fishing wharf is the center of the village. These roads are not straight, but crooked and narrow to prevent the wind from sweeping through the sea and create shade to shade.

The house dates back to the 1970s with its mossy walls, confetti, and green windows. This place becomes a “virtual living” place for many young tourists. Nhon Ly is one of the famous fishing villages in Quy Nhon – Binh Dinh.

Dubbed “the jewel in the rock”, the fishing village of Bai Xep (also known as Bai Xep) is located in Quy Hoa waters, Ghenh Rang ward, about 13 km from Quy Nhon. To get to Bai Xep, visitors can travel by many means such as taxi, bus or motorbike.

The fishing village can lean back against the mountain, the front is the clear blue sea, the middle is the highway connecting Quy Nhon – Song Cau (Phu Yen). With its wild beauty and quiet space, Bai Xep is chosen by many foreign tourists as a stopover when coming to Quy Nhon.

Natural rock formations rise to the surface of the water, where young people love to climb out to take check-in photos. Combining with blue sea, white sand, rocky mountains of many shapes has created Bai Xep a beauty that is difficult to mix with other beaches in Quy Nhon.

Village houses are painted in different colors, eye-catching decorations that make the village stand out.

Hai Minh fishing village

Hai Minh is a small fishing village located on the Phuong Mai peninsula with identical mountains. The fishing village was once referred to as Hong Kong by the Quy Nhon as second Hong Kong because there was a time when it was quite active with the sale of used electronics.

Hai Minh is home to a 16m high statue of general Tran Hung Dao, pointing towards the city and the Tam Toa mountain relic, the hallmark of Tuong Luy.

At the foot of Tam Toa mountain, the fishing village still preserves the ruins of an ancient temple that is believed to be the place of worshiping Uy Minh King Ly Nhat Quang. Currently, this relic remains a three-door gate, behind is a trail of lime-brick walls.

In this article, we have introduced you to 3 fishing villages in Quy Nhon. If you want to learn more about other beautiful fishing villages in Vietnam, please read the articles below:

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