The green areas, boulevards and shady parks are an integral part of Pärnu as a resort town. The park is located right beside the beach and is a popular place for a walk or just to relax.
The typical landscape feature of the national park is bog plains, separated by rivers flowing in their natural bed. The local natural phenomenon of Soomaa is floods that are known as the fifth season of Soomaa.
Luitemaa Nature Reserve is situated in the most beautiful coastal and natural landscape of the southwestern part of Estonia in Pärnu County. The reserve was established in the year 2000 by merging a former reserve, single nature monuments and areas of high natural value.
If you have a more-than-average appetite for adventure, then Valgeranna Adventure Park is the place to go. It is at a 17-minute drive from Hestia Hotel Strand.
During a walk along the coast, make a detour to Pärnu Adventure Centre for an adrenaline-filled climbing adventure. It is only a 5-minute walk from Hestia Hotel Strand.
Pärnu is the perfect place to take a stimulating walk, or a bicycle, roller skate or even a skateboard ride. Choose, if you wish to take it by the river or by the sea – both are enchanting in their own way!
Pärnu county, Tori municipality is the home of Estonia’s largest alpaca farm. Alpacas are funny animals with a smiley face, who can be a bit shy, but can give you a really good mood!
Pärnu is a great city for cycling – there are as many as 70 kilometres of light traffic roads here!
The mole of Pärnu is definitely one of the major landmarks of Pärnu – it is, after all, a tourist attraction that is over 150 years old. The mole of Pärnu, once built to make the harbour deeper and revive trade, has now become a favourite venue for tourists.
Disc golf is a sport that is fun to play with family or friends. To the delight of disc golf lovers, there are plenty of disc golf courses in Pärnu county.