Top 10 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns in Estonia

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The Baltic states' northernmost state is Estonia. Tallinn, the country's capital, is one of Europe's best-preserved medieval cities. Estonia, a mostly flat ... read more...

  1. Laulasmaa is a village in Lääne-Harju Parish, Harju County, in northwestern Estonia. Along its boundaries are Kloogaranna, Keila-Joa, and Lohusalu. When it was under Swedish rule, the village was first mentioned (Laulasmeh). The first summer cottages were constructed in Laulasmaa in the early 20th century, and people began to spend their vacations there in the 1930s. The Arvo Pärt Center is located in Laulasmaa, the residence of composer Arvo Pärt.

    Laulasmaa's beach is well-known for its white sand and lovely pine forest, which make it a great location for swimming and tanning. There are basketball courts, and the neighboring Laulasmaa Spa Hotel rents out beach equipment. On the beach, there is also a surf school that provides instruction in windsurfing, kitesurfing, and SUP. During the sweltering summers, a beach bar right on the sand provides shade and cool drinks. The beach is a great location for sports because it provides fantastic options for activities like Nordic walking, cycling, and running. Always abide by the swimming safety regulations and remember that you are in charge of yourself when you enter the water.

    TripAdvisor rating: 5.0/5.0

    Location: Lääne-Harju Parish, Harju County, northwestern Estonia

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    The fourth-largest city in Estonia is Pärnu. Pärnu, a city in southwest Estonia, is 176 kilometers (109 miles) west of Tartu, the country's second-largest city, and 128 kilometers (80 miles) south of Tallinn, the capital of the country. The city is located in the Baltic Sea's Gulf of Riga, which is an inlet of Pärnu Bay. The Pärnu River empties into the Gulf of Riga within the city. Among Estonians, Pärnu is a well-liked summer vacation destination with a big number of hotels, dining options, and beaches. The Pärnu Airport serves the city.

    It takes only 15 minutes to walk to the well-known sandy Pärnu beach, which in the summer feels like a village within a town. Every day in the summer, tens of thousands of people go swimming and sunbathing at the beach. Given that the water is shallow and warms up rapidly in the sun, the beach is especially suitable for families with young children. Fun family activities, surf clubs, mini golf, and other amenities can be found at Pärnu Beach. The Pärnu beach promenade, which was renovated in 2021, is the preferred location of lovers in all four seasons. On the promenade, there are currently a number of new eateries and bars that are open until late at night.

    TripAdvisor rating: 5.0/5.0

    Location: southwest Estonia
  3. Elva is a town in Tartu County, Estonia's Elva Parish. Elva is home to two sizable lakes. Lake Verevi features a well-maintained beach area with sand that is particularly popular in the summer and serves as a venue for numerous outdoor activities. The lake's banks are covered in moist reeds. Enics Eesti AS, a subsidiary of Enics Group that offers electronics manufacturing services in industrial electronics, is the main employer in Elva (and all of southern Estonia). Elva Gümnaasium, the only school in the city, offers instruction from first grade to high school graduation.

    The charming Lake Verevi is one of Elva's most well-known attractions. Both local and out-of-town tourists come to the lake for vacation because of its warm waters. A diving tower, beach volleyball courts, and a separate children's swimming area all add value to the beach. You can rent a boat and eat at the Roheline Konn kiosk throughout the summer. Beach patrol ensures your safety in the summer. The hills by the lake can be used for sledding in the winter, and when there is a sufficient amount of ice, a skating rink and track are available.

    TripAdvisor rating: 5.0/5.0

    Location: Elva Parish, Tartu County, Estonia
  4. Mändjala küla is one of the most beautiful coastal towns in Estonia. On the island of Saaremaa, in the Estonian county of Saare, is the village of Mändjala. It is situated on the northern coast of Suur Katel Bay, about 8 kilometers (5 miles) southwest of Kuressaare (part of the Gulf of Riga). The village was a part of Lääne-Saare Parish before to the 2017 administrative reform.

    Given that it faces south and receives warm winds from the south during the summer, Mändjala Beach has some of the warmest waters of any public beach in the world. The beach in Mändjala Camping is a comfortable and secure location for families because the water doesn't get very deep quickly, allowing kids to play in it without danger. Everyone is welcome to use the restrooms without paying a fee, and you may purchase food and beverages in the restaurant Käbi or the beachside tavern Manjaana. After substantial renovations and cleaning, Mändjala was designated as Saaremaa's official swimming beach in 2014.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.8/5.0

    Location: Saaremaa, Estonia
  5. Northeastern Estonia's Ida-Viru County contains the seashore town of Narva-Jõesuu. It is situated on the northern Baltic coast of the nation, close to the Gulf of Finland. The name of the town translates to "Mouth of the Narva" in both Estonian and Russian. Narva-Jõesuu has long been a well-liked summer vacation spot because of its eight kilometers (five miles) long, white sand beach that is surrounded by pine trees and is thought to be one of the best in Estonia.

    The Narva-Jõesuu beach has good sand and is bordered by a pine forest. It is also well-known for having a distinctive natural setting and being the longest beach in Estonia, stretching 7.5 kilometers along the Gulf of Finland's southern shore. The comfort of a coast guard presence, a beach volleyball court, a kids' playground, cottages, and showers will be available to beachgoers. One thing that you should remind is that the quickest way to the beach is to take the road in front of the Narva-Jõesuu Spa.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Ida-Viru County, Northeastern Estonia
  6. Southern Estonia's Valga County has the town of Otepää, which serves as the parish's administrative hub. One of the first towns in Estonia is Otepää, which was first mentioned in 1116 Russian chronicles. Its name, Oti pää in Estonian, derives from the shape of the Town Hill (Linnamägi), which resembles the head of a bear. Additionally, it was here that Bishop Hermann began work on The Stone Fort, Estonia's first-ever brick castle, in 1224. The most well-known winter sports facility in the Baltics and Estonia's Winter Capital is Otepää.

    Every summer, the lovely Lake Pühajärv beach in Otepää greets you with its clear sand, pier, beach volleyball courts, play areas, and gazebos. Pühajärve Park has informational signs and workout trails. There are activities there for both children and adults. Wheelchair users now have access to a separate pier and change area. On Pühajärve Beach throughout the summer, lifeguards, two catering businesses, Otisurf SUP-board rental, and Pühajärve boat rental (paddle boats and water cycles) are all in operation.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Valga County, Southern Estonia
  7. Pirita is a subdistrict in the district of Pirita, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It is situated close to the Pirita River Estuary and Tallinn Bay. There are 960 people living in the subdivision (As of 1 January 2014). The 1980 summer Olympics' sailing competitions will be held in Pirita. Tallinn saw the construction of a number of sports facilities, including the Pirita Yachting Centre and the Hotel Olümpia, in the run-up to the Olympics.

    The largest beach in Tallinn, Pirita, is situated there yet beachgoers from all across the city frequent it. From the city center, buses can take you there. Playgrounds for kids, locker rooms, and facilities for ball activities are available at the beach. In the summer, there are kiosks, ten-pin bowling club bars, and beach bars. There is a tiny market as well. Beach chairs can also be rented.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Tallinn, Estonia
  8. The community of Võsu is situated on Käsmu Bay's southern shore on Estonia's northern coast. The town is 75 kilometers from Tallinn and is part of the municipality of Haljala in the county of Lääne-Viru. The settlements of Lobi, Lahe, Koolimäe, Koljaku, Korjuse, and Eru are located in the Võsu region. The township was designated as the administrative hub of the Haljala municipality following the 2017 administrative reform.

    Võsu is home to one of the most popular sandy beaches among holidaymakers in the region. Lifeguards, changing rooms, restrooms, and showers are all on-site at the beach. Those who enjoy the sun and are active can use the outdoor gym or play a variety of ball activities. The adjoining playground allows kids to swing and play. A pump track is available for teenagers who enjoy BMX and roller skating. Soft drinks and snacks are also available for purchase on the beach during the summer. Within a few hundred meters of the beach is the little village of Võsu, where the closest eateries and stores are situated. The beach also offers wireless internet access.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Käsmu Bay, northern Estonia
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    In the western Estonian county of Lääne, there is a settlement called Elbiku (Swedish: lbäck). In Noarootsi Parish, the settlement was located prior to the 2017 administrative change. Roosta Puhkeküla is a recreation area by the sea and is Elbiku's top tourist destination. Rentable homes are available at the center, along with food options and athletic pursuits like climbing in an adventure park, disc golf, and bowling.

    One of Elbiku's top beaches is a sandy stretch of land close to Roosta Holiday Village. 80 automobiles may park there, and there are wheelchair-accessible boardwalks. Cabanas and locations where refreshments and drinks can be purchased are also present. Starting with a round of mini golf and ending with a match of tennis or bowling, the neighboring Roosta Holiday Village offers a variety of options for active relaxation. Also providing lodging and food services is Roosta Holiday Village. Knowing that you can rent a boat, learn to surf, or pedalo throughout the summer is helpful.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Lääne County, western Estonia
  10. Luidja küla ranks first in the list of the most beautiful coastal towns in Estonia. The village of Luidja is located in the Estonian island of Hiiumaa's Hiiu County and Hiiumaa Parish. Luidja Bay is situated on the northern coast of the Kpu Peninsula. One of Hiiumaa's most well-known beaches is located in Luidja. A significant landmark is the Luidja alder forest, which was established between 1901 and 1903 as part of an initiative to preserve distinctive sand dunes.

    Some of the beaches in Luidja are ideal locations for a beach vacation. The Luidja alder forest is traversed on the route to the beach. There are four beach volleyball courts along the 2.5 kilometers of clean, sandy beach. Events like the Luidja triathlon and the Luidja beach volleyball competition are held on the beach during the summer. There is a way to set up different camps. On the shore, there is a wonderful playground and a swing that are great for both the young and old members of your family. Nearby lies the RMK Luidja camping area. Swimmers are responsible for their own safety since there is no lifeguard present.

    TripAdvisor rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Hiiumaa Parish, Hiiu County, Estonia

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