Conquer seven most beautiful coastal roads of Vietnam
Vietnam has a coastline of 3,260km from the North to the South with many beautiful parts. For those who have a passion for adventure and travel, walking along the coastal roads will be a unique experience in the S-shaped country.
Bau Trang - Mui Ne
Bau Trang is located in Hoa Thang commune, Bac Binh district, Binh Thuan province. This road is about 65km to the Northeast of Phan Thiet city and was completed in 2016. As the most beautiful coastal road in Vietnam, Bau Trang - Mui Ne will fascinate anyone passing by.
Bau Trang is considered the most beautiful coastal road in Vietnam. Photo: Chudu24
Bau Trang has a length of about 60km and if you want to see the sea while enjoying the desert, you should not ignore this destination. When coming here, you will be able to immerse yourself in the immense space full of white sand mixed with the endless blue sky. In addition, the scenery along the road is magnificent and extremely wild.
Romantic seascape along Bau Trang. Photo: Yan
From Phan Thiet city, you can follow Highway 1A to Luong Son town, turn right through a few hills and the coconut forest and you will reach Bau Trang. The total distance is about 63km.
Mui Dinh - Ninh Thuan
Mui Dinh is a cape in Phuoc Dinh commune, Thuan Nam district, Ninh Thuan province. With a location of 30km from the center of Phan Rang city, Mui Dinh is a beautiful coastal road with its pristine nature, but due to the rough roads, few people set foot there. With a one-kilometer sandy road, Mui Dinh causes a lot of difficulties for those who want to explore it.
Mui Dinh is a beautiful coastal road thanks to its wild and magnificent features. Photo: Tourism - PetroTimes
With a one-kilometer sandy road, Mui Dinh causes a lot of difficulties for those who want to explore it. Photo: cungduongphuot
In addition to enjoying the beautiful nature, you can visit Mui Dinh lighthouse at an altitude of 170m above sea level, from which you will be able to admire the immense views of both the sea and clouds.
From Phan Rang, you can follow the route Hai Thuong Lan Ong street - An Dong bridge - DT701. Notably, along the DT701 road, you will travel through Nam Cuong Sand Dunes and Son Hai fishing village. Mui Dinh is located near a large rock in the middle of the sand field.
Ca Na - Phan Rang
The coastal road from Ca Na (Thuan Nam district) to Phan Rang city (Ninh Thuan province) attracts countless tourists thanks to its breath-taking scenery. With a length of about 50km, Ca Na is not only a highlight of Ninh Thuan province, but it is also the starting point for beautiful roads from the South to the North of Vietnam.
The breath-taking beauty of Ca Na - Phan Rang Road. Photo: VnExpress
Ca Na coastal road is charming due to its crescent shape which follows the curved beach, but notably, there are both railways and roads on this route. When traveling on the Ca Na - Phan Rang road, you will be able to admire the blue sea with cool winds on one side and undulating hills on the other.
Ca Na coastal road is charming due to it following the curved beach like a crescent. Source: Kenhhomestay.com
From Ca Na, you just need to go along National Highway 1A to reach Phan Rang city.
Vinh Hy - Binh Lap
The road from Vinh Hy (Ninh Thuan province) to Binh Lap (Khanh Hoa province) has a length of about 60km, starting from Ninh Chu beach to the end of Binh Lap peninsula in the direction of National Highway DT702. The road is close to Nui Chua National Park and it passes many famous vineyards in Ninh Thuan province.
Vinh Hy - Binh Lap Road. Photo: Vntrip
Vinh Hy Bay. Photo: Dulichchat
Along this road, you will have the opportunity to visit many famous tourist attractions such as Rai Cave, Binh Hung Island and Kinh Beach. At the same time, don't forget to visit Vinh Hy Bay, see the beautiful coral reefs and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
From Ninh Chu beach, you can travel along National Highway DT702 and National Highway 1A to Binh Lap.
Deo Ca - Phu Yen
Deo Ca - Phu Yen, which is a charming coastal road in Vietnam, is actually a large pass with a tunnel through Central Vietnam, connecting the North and the South of this country.
The road to Deo Ca poses a big challenge to many backpackers. Along this road, 12km in length, are steep peaks and winding parts. From the top of the pass, you can see the vast blue sea “blending” into the clear sky. The whole road is surrounded by the vibrant green of the mountains, the sky and the sea.
You can depart from Tuy Hoa city center and travel a distance of about 32km to Deo Ca.
Co Ma Pass - Mui Doi
Mui Doi is located on Hon Gom peninsula, Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province and is known as the Easternmost point of Vietnam. The road from Co Ma Pass (bordering Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa province) to Mui Doi with a length of about 36km is favoured by many backpackers as it leads to the Easternmost point of the country.
When walking along the Co Ma Pass, you can hear the murmuring waves of the sea while admiring the vast blue sky. Conquering this road is also an opportunity for you to enjoy the scenery and explore the pristine beauty of Dam Mon fishing village. The ideal means of transport to get to this village is motorbike as there are many sandy parts on the route which can hinder your travel.
When walking along the Co Ma Pass, you can hear the murmuring waves of the sea while admiring the vast blue sky. Photo: phuotlendinh
Ha Long - Van Don Expressway
Ha Long - Van Don expressway in Quang Ninh province was completed in 2018 with a total length of nearly 60km. The road was built between the two sides of immensely green hills and is winding like a strip of silk.
You will be able to admire the majesty of nature when traveling on this route as it runs through both the mountains and the sea. Photo: VOV
The most beautiful part that draws the attention of tourists is the section crossing Cam Hai bridge, connecting Cam Pha city and Van Don district. Notably, the Ham Hai Bridge is built by the balanced cantilever method. You will be able to admire the majesty of nature when traveling on this route as it runs through both the mountains and the sea.
Ham Hai Bridge. Photo: EVD Equipment
The coastal roads of Vietnam will definitely bring you memorable experiences as you can see the wild and magnificent nature. When coming to the S-shaped country, don’t forget to conquer these beautiful roads.