Lahemaa National Park Tammistu LambSource: Priidu Saart


Lahemaa National Park is located on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland and covers Estonia's northernmost capes and islands

Lahemaa National Park, located on the northern coast of Estonia, is home to the best that Estonian nature has to offer. In the space of 725 km2, you’ll find lush native forests, wetlands stretching to the horizon, and both rocky and sandy beaches. 

Lahemaa has received a quality label from the European Union of Protected Areas (EUROPARC Federation), which recognizes the sustainable development of nature tourism in the region.

Lahemaa really is a small magical place where nature and humans live in harmony. To find out even more the best of Lahemaa visit the official website


Explore the wild nature in Lahemaa

Lahemaa boasts diverse wildlife: moose, boar, bears, beavers, lynx. Listen to forest birds and watch migratory bird species on the northern coast.

Explore the largest erratic boulders in Europe

Search for skipping stones, marvel at giant coastal boulders. Lahemaa boasts Europe's largest deposit, remnants of the last Ice Age glaciers.

Source: Hans Markus Antson

Lahemaa restaurants and flavors

The gastronomic spectrum of Lahemaa National Park beats in harmony with the local nature and attractions. Both those seeking taste experiences and those looking to fill their stomachs will find something to their liking. Come and enjoy Michelin-star-worthy cuisine, keep an eye out for harbor restaurants on the horizon, and explore the different eras of tavern culture and cuisine.

Explore the cultural heritage of Estonias coastal areas

Explore charming fishing villages like Käsmu, Altja, Viinistu: echoes of Estonian maritime life in restored sheds, farmhouses.

Explore Lahemaas manor complexes

Explore four renowned manor complexes: Palmse, Sagadi, Vihula, Kolga. Each boasts unique architecture and fascinating history.

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Explore the former submarine base in Hara Harbour

The Soviet Union also left its mark on Lahemaa — remains of former military facilities can still be found there today

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