This season, the sedimentary rocks in Ly Son wear a new color. The glossy black color of a million-year-old lava stone is replaced by the green color of moss growing from the sea.
In early spring, the weather gradually warm is also the time when the “fields” of seaweed and moss grow dense on the million-year-old lava rocks. The green color of seaweed and moss makes sedimentary rocks in Ly Son become green. Currently is the most appropriate time for visitors to admire this beautiful scenery.