From the center of Quy Nhon city along Highway 1D (Quy Nhon - Song Cau coastal road) 13 km, visitors come to Bai Lay fishing village. The path down to the beach is a small path with a frescoed wall.
Bai Lay, which is a fishing village in Quy Hoa waters, is divided into two coasts with golden sandy beaches curving in an arc. In the center is a residential area that has gathered for hundreds of years.
The types of accommodation here vary, from budget with homestay to high-end resorts. Visitors can swim in the sea and learn about the life of the fishermen.
With its wild beauty and quiet space, Bai Lay is chosen by many foreign tourists as a stopover when coming to Quy Nhon.
Guests are comfortable in the cool, clear blue waters of the fishing village beach.
Bai Lay has a mountain back, the middle is a highway connecting Quy Nhon - Song Cau (Phu Yen).
The life of the people here is mainly attached to the sea. In addition to fishing, they also raise shrimp and fish in the coastal areas.
Known as "the gems in the rock", Bai Lay has natural rock formations that float to the water surface, where young people like to climb out to "live virtual". Combining with blue sea, white sand, rocky mountains of many shapes has created Bai Lay a beauty that is difficult to mix with other beaches in Quy Nhon.
Seaweed is the specialty of Bai Lay fishing village. The people said, this seaweed is dried and processed into cool drinking water in the summer, can be cooked with tea.
In the distance are two small islands, home to a variety of marine populations. Visitors can rent boats to walk around these islands.