Located in the coastal district of Vinh Linh in the central province of Quang Tri, Cua Tung Beach is the nation’s “Queen of Beaches”, arousing the curiosity of many tourists to come and experience its beauty. The one kilometre-long beach is not particularly long or wide, but the water is gentle and clear. Two underground rock formations, Mui Si and Mui Lai, encroach on the sea, creating a small bay that shelters the beach from strong waves and tides. The beach is surrounded by a belt of basalt and stone mountains that resemble a huge comb passing through the hair of the waves. On the hill grow green orchards of jackfruit, pineapple, banana and custard-apple. While the central region is known for its harsh weather, with dry winds from the southwest and major storms from the sea, Cua Tung Beach is protected by Mother Nature, out of the wind on most days, and the bay offers safe harbour for fishing boats. The first foreigner to set foot here during the time of French colonialism saw the areaÃ¢ÂÂs potential for developing resorts. At that time, Vietnam was divided into three regions and the central region was known as Annam. Ernest Albert… Read full this story
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