Stretching all the way down to Hai Van pass, there comes the north central coast with a chain of nice beaches many of which are entirely deserted as most travelers would take a direct flight from Hanoi to Hue or simply admire them from trains. [caption id="attachment_338" align="aligncenter" width="694"] Da nang beach[/caption] Lang Co beach, about 70 km south of Hue Imperial City and 30 km north of Da Nang, is a cutting from all north central beaches. Right at the foot of Hai Van Pass (Pass of Ocean Clouds), this beach offers alluring postcard vistas of distant mountains, green forests and blue sea. A sparkling lagoon and a long stretch of fine sand shaded with palm make it a magnificent backdrop for , the first-chosen resort in Hue. The south central coast starting right beneath Hai Van pass boasts the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam. The first to be mentioned are endless white-sand stretches of Da Nang beach, made famous by an American hit show "China beach”- which gave the beach the wrong name as mistaken by American troops. The beaches are within 15-minute drive south of Da Nang Airport and in proximity to three UNESCO listed world heritage sites in Central Vietnam. Blessed with irresistible charm, Da Nang beaches are asserting as one of the best beaches in Asia. These perfect sandy stretches host some premier resorts of Vietnam, including Furama Resort and Sandy Beach (Non Nuoc) Resort. The main attractions here are the picturesque settings of Non Nuoc Beach. Nestled at the foot of Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains), the beach gently slopes towards the clear azure water of Southeast Asia Sea with tender onshore breeze. That, coupled with almost constant sunshine, makes Non Nuoc Beach an oasis for pleasure seekers. It also offers ideal surfing conditions, especially in late winter (October and November) with waves up to 18 feet high. Actually, in 1993, Vietnam held an international surfing tournament here, attracting 100 professional surfers from 20 countries.
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