Pärispea is known to be the oldest coastal fishing village in Estonia.Perfect for nature lovers. The summer house has a beautiful view to the sea and is located in Lahemaa National Park. It's about 75 km from Tallinn, closest shops are 10km away in Loksa. There are great hiking trails, also Purekkari Cape is located in Pärispea, it is the northernmost place of mainland Estonia. In the forest you can find berries and mushrooms. It's also great place for bird watchers.
A comfortable holiday home for max. 2 people is located on the north coast of Estonia in a small, quiet and scenic coastal village of Pärispea. 5 min walking distance to a sandy beach. Various nature trails have been built on the peninsula. The village is located in the Lahemaa nature park. The immediate vicinity offers a lot to see: from the northernmost point of continental Estonia – Purekkari peninsula – to the art museum of Viinistu where various entertainment is arranged during the Summer
Nice house in Loksa, 65 km from Tallinn. Loksa is a small town in the Heart of Lahemaa National Park.
“Værelserne er nice og badeværelserne ok. 2 butikker 1 min med bil eller 5 min på cykel. Meget flot gåtur til spidsen Purekkari. Lille passage 10 meter i småstenene i vandet. Vind og smukke bølger. Gå ikke glip af turen i mosen viru ruba. Hvis du kan lide disk golf et kursus 25 minutter til tallin. 19 huller.10 på sletten og 9 i skoven. Meget få køkkenredskaber, det er lidt begrænset til at lave mad til 5 personer.”