My Khe beach tops the list with their clean waters and sands. Less than 3 minutes away by car from The Memory, they’re often packed with locals during weekends and public holidays. You can also find plenty of local restaurants serving fresh seafood and Da Nang specials at affordable prices.
Non Nuoc Beach is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With white sands, pure waters and mild waves, there are plenty of things to see and do here such as sunbathing, jet-skiing, surfing, and enjoying local seafood dishes. A 15-minute drive from The Memory, it spreads and ends at the foot of Marble Mountains, Non Nuoc beach is such an excellent place to blow off some steam after a long day trip.
Beach of Son Tra peninsula is a hidden one that tourists rarely know. Located 12 km north of Da Nang, it’s a natural reserve that’s home to the rare red-shanked doucs. Don’t forget to visit a stunning pagoda – Linh Ung pagoda which is known for its 67 meters Lady Budda when you get there.
It’s also one of the most hidden beaches in Da Nang as it’s mostly visited by locals and travelers attempting Hai Van Pass’s winding routes. Lang Co amazes visitors with breathtaking views of the mountain ranges and pristine beach. In addition, tourists also head to Bach Ma national park after contemplating this beach, just about 30 km to the west of Lang Co Beach.
5. BAC MY AN BEACH
Bac My An beach is known for housing some of Da Nang’s five-star beach resorts and hotels. There are also several mid-range hotels surrounding Bac My An Beach as well as local restaurants serving fresh seafood at reasonable prices. Tourists are able to pick some water sport to get away from hot weather such as diving, kayaking, and windsurfing. These sport are must-try activities.