Feel the pounding of the waves beneath your feet and listen to the eerie sounds of the sea that are produced through the blowholes that dot the shoreline in the ancient fishing village of Fenggui. The sound is thought to resemble a Chinese organ, hence the area was named after this instrument. The sound is produced when water is sucked out of the blowholes.
The coastline here is really interesting. Like many other areas of Penghu, the coast of Fenggui is formed of columnar basalt rock formations, which have been sculpted by the waves into interesting looking holes and trenches. When the wind is blowing strong and in the right direction, you might be lucky enough to witness jets of water erupting from the blowholes.