Mui Ne is a funny beach town. Not really a town, but rather a long road only separated from the white sandy beach by coconut palms and a single row of resorts. It begins at the fishing village and sprawls for some 10 km. Once it was a hideout for wind- and kitesurfers (apparently it is one of the best spots in Southeast Asia), but these days resorts are fast taking over the beach front. Russian tourism is a big thing here, so don't be surprise to see signs in Cyrillic. That said, Mui Ne is very long and there is space for everyone, so you can easily find a deserted stretch of sand or chilling with the surfers, if stiletto wearing Russian bikini models is not your thing. Beside looking at the kitesurfers (or try to learn it yourself) the only other sights are two huge sand dunes inland, respectively 3 km and 28 km away.