Weizhou Island, the ancient name of the island, is an island formed by a submarine volcanic eruption about 200,000 to 500,000 years ago. It is located in the southeast direction of Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, north of the east island, west of Leizhou Bay, southeast of the South China Sea, and deep into the Pacific Ocean. . Weizhou Island is one of the “Eight Scenes of Zhanjiang”, and Meilu: “Guizhou Ancient Rhyme”. There are many places of interest in the island, including: Songhuangcheng Ruins, Xianglong Academy, Bajiaojing, Songhuangbei, Songhuangting, Songhuangcun, Chima Village, Dou Zhenyu Tomb and “Gongbaofang”. The Bohai Sea Beach, a tourist resort in the South, is also located here, with an ideal natural bathing beach.