Yehliu is a famous cape on the north coast of Taiwan. Here are concentrated the unique rocks such as mushroom rocks, honeycomb rocks, ginger rock, pothole erosion and other appropriately named oddities.
The most well-known is the “The Queen’s Head”, an iconic image in Taiwan and an unofficial emblem for the town of Wanli. Other formations include “The Fairy Shoe”, “The Bee Hive”, “The Ginger Rocks” and “The Sea Candles. Many of these rocks contain fossils, which showcase creatures native to Taiwan from a not-so-distant-past.
The area is studded with seawater-eroded holes teeming with sea-life, as well as unusual rock formations, which make the surrounding environment rich in ecological resources.