Summer is coming and beach vacation is always the first choice of many tourists. Here are the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam, that Lonely Planet magazine advises tourists to visit when they travel to Vietnam.

1.Nha Trang:
Nha Trang is one of the most favorite spots of domestic and international tourist for over past years. This destination is considered as the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam with blue sea and an endless stretch of white-sand. Especially, the offshore island is a quiet haven for tourists to visit and enjoy a day of sun, wind and waves.

2. Mui Ne:
Mui Ne beach is impressive many travelers with blue sea and fascinating white sand dunes. It is blessed for sunny and wind in four seasons. Mui Ne is attractive with the specific plants of tropical land: the palm trees. Besides poetic impression of natural setting, Mui Ne is also suitable for water-sports such as surfing, parasailing…
3. Phu Quoc:
To be one of the most pristine island in Vietnam, Phu Quoc’s attractions are blue sea, white sand and primitive forests. Coming to Phu Quoc, you could visit popular beaches such as:  wonderful Long beach, romantic Ong Lang beach, or attractive Sao beach.
4. Con Dao:
The Con Dao Islands are famous for its nice beaches shaded with evergreen trees, fresh air, clear blue waters, and primitive forests. It is an archipelago of 16 beautiful islets with a total area of 76 square kilometers. Con Dao’s primitive, mysterious beauty is especially suitable for travelers who like exploring the new lands. Clean, smooth sand banks, blue sea, dolphins jumping and racing after boats, tropical almond trees swinging in a cool sea breeze, peaceful narrow roads, and forest covering most of the island, make Con Dao seem like heaven to visitors from far and wide.
5. My Khe:
My Khe is a gorgeous beach and considered as one of the most ideal beach of Da Nang City. It has a strange attraction to any tourist coming to this city. . Coming to My Khe, tourists will admire imposing views of blue sea, fine sand, spectacular waves and poetic straight rows of coconut trees.