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Toila-Martsa hiking trail

This hiking trail, which starts in the village of Toila, winds its way not only along high clifftops but also down onto the seashore below. Hiking along it you will enjoy the scenery of the Baltic Glint, its forests and famous blue clay sediments and granite, and find out more about local cultural history. You can cover the hiking trail as two different distances: the shorter, at 3.2 km, takes in the harbour and beach, the old fishing port and the German soldiers’ cemetery; the longer also takes in the geological features of the area, its ancient forests and a mill tower before returning to Toila along the old trade road.

Trips on Aidu Quarry and Purtse River

Experience an unforgettable canoe or raft trip on an old water-filled oil shale quarry or on Purtse River. The trip is perfect for families and larger groups: we have canoes for up to 25 people and the rafts can seat up to 12 people. The courses are from 5 to 25 km long, so you can pick your favourite. We will plan the route according to your wishes. Come and relax in the beautiful nature of Ida-Viru County!

Toila beach

Toila beach is on the shores of the Gulf of Finland at the mouth of River Pühajõgi. You get to the beach through Oru Park . What makes the beach unique are the flat boulders offsetting its narrow strip of sand. Active holiday-makers can play volleyball while the kids have fun on a trampoline. In the summer, there is a  tavern  which sells drinks, ice-cream, and snacks, a harbour salon which sells design and craft items, and a cocktail bar called Kongo . Guests can also visit Toila harbour . Good to know: parking in the beach is for a fee.

Rent a self-balancing unicycle

We invite you to Toila to discover the surrounding villages and Estonia’s largest park. A fun and enjoyable venture in the fresh air is perfect for both smaller and larger groups. We rent Airwheel models which allow you to easily conquer the tiresome long rises of the park trail. Learning to drive the unicycle will take about 10 minutes for the clumsiest beginner. Basically, gyroscopic sensors and a computer will do everything for you. After the unicycle has been fully charged, it can be used to ride for 15–45 km, depending on many factors (weight, speed, temperature, the track profile, etc.).

Pannjärve health and sports centre

The Pannjärve health and sports centre is situated close to Pannjärve in the Kurtna lakelands. The surrounding forests have trails measuring 1, 2, 3, 5, 7.5 and 20 km. In winter you can ski (both freestyle and classic) on lit tracks measuring 2 and 3 km. There is also a sledding slope and climbing track for children. The ski lodge has changing rooms and shower facilities. In summer you can cycle, run or go Nordic walking on the same tracks. Also located nearby is the Pannjärve tubing park, which is unique in Estonia – you can go tubing there all year round.

Playground in Toila SPA

Our playground waits for all children who wish to spend some active time! Here, children can climb, slide, solve puzzles, or play different board and electronic games. It is also possible to hold children’s birthdays here. Toila SPA will organise the catering and we have also prepared a special menu for children.

Recreation area of Joaorg and beach in Narva

Recreation area of Joaorg with the town’s beach and beach house is open to all guests all year round. The beach house has a gym, a playroom, and a dressing room. A unique view of the Narva Castle and the Ivangorod Fortress can be enjoyed from the rooftop observation deck. There is also a modern basketball court and a car park nearby. There is a restaurant on the first floor of the building with a beautiful view of the Narva River from the window. There are also various sports and cultural events and workshops for children. The beach house rents sports equipment: bicycles, walking poles, volleyballs, badminton sets, and sunbeds.

Narva-Jõesuu beach

Narva-Jõesuu beach, covered with fine sand and lined with a pine forest, is well-known for its unique natural environment and is the longest one in Estonia; running 7.5 km on the south shore of the Gulf of Finland. Visitors to the beach will be able to enjoy the comfort of a coastguard presence, a beach volleyball court, a playground for children, cabins and showers. Did you know…?: The quickest way to the beach is to take the road in front of the Narva-Jõesuu Spa. Narva-Jõesuu also requires paid parking! You can buy parking passes from parking inspectors, shops, bars and hotels in the area.

Narva River Promenade

The River Promenade is about 967 m long and situated on the river bank in the historical heart of Narva. In the east, it borders with the Narva River; in the west, with bastion walls and the Hermann castle; in the north, with Narva harbour; finally, in the south, with Joaorg recreational area. The promenade is in the immediate vicinity of the border between Estonia/European Union and the Russian Federation. The promenade is interesting due to its thematic areas: * The Swedish terrace is a recreational area for families; it has lion-shaped attractions for children. * The Dahlberg stage is an outdoor stage. * The Sun square has a summer café, a fountain and a small pool for children.

Kiviõli High Adventure Park

The only high adventure park in northern Estonia is now open! The park, which consists of four tracks at different heights, is suitable for adults and children who are at least 120 cm tall. Smaller children (from the age of 4) can visit the lowest track meant for the youngest visitors. The park is made more adventurous by a Tarzan’s leap, a free-fall jump, a ski jump, long zip-line rides over a pond, and a climb to an observation tower which offers a wonderful view of the mountain. As you reach the higher tracks, they become more and more difficult. The last, fourth track requires a good physical form and the courage to climb 12 m from the ground.

Mäetaguse Disc golf

Mäetaguse disc golf park is unique in the Baltic States thanks to its long and open courses.  The park, which has 18 baskets, is one of the most difficult ones in Estonia and presents a serious challenge even for advanced players. However, the park is open and maintained, meaning that even beginners can play there. Still, the easier course with 9 baskets is probably more suitable for them. The hills on the course offer beautiful views, which are especially charming during the sunset. Good to know: – you can rent discs from the Mäetaguse Manor Hotel. Renting one disc for three hours costs 1 euro. The hotel also provides maps of the course; – the toilets are in the car park and at the beginning of the first course.

Minigolf centre at Toila SPA Hotel

Toila Minigolf, which has one of the most unique courses in Northern Europe, welcomes you! The mini-golf courses are right next to Toila SPA Hotel. Come and challenge your friends on the 15-hole course. It is also possible to carry out company events, birthdays, and fun evenings with your friends. The weather-proof course is open as long as there is no snow.

Kiviõli Adventure Centre, Family Adventure Park

Bring your family and visit the new family adventure park, located at the foot of the hill of  Kiviõli Adventure Centre . We offer activities for everyone: from 2-year-old children to their grandparents. Test your skills and courage in a high-altitude adventure park, dig with a real excavator in an exciting quarry, try firefighting in the Firefighting Academy, go on a boat ride among the islands in the artificial lake, take a ride on the longest zipline in Estonia, drive on the tracks of the traffic city, participate in the performances of the science theatre, and be ready for a lot more. Good to know: visitors who are shorter than 1 m can visit the adventure park for free.

Kiviõli Adventure Centre

Kiviõli Adventure Centre is located on the slopes of the old ash hill to the north of the town centre. The hill is divided into two – one half is a ski slope with downhill trails , a snowboarding park, and a snowtubing run . In the summer, it transforms into running tracks, as well as tracks for downhill and mountain vehicles , and a 700-metre-long zip-line. The other half is the Motocross centre , featuring Estonia’s first world championship course, which is 1,950 metres long and has a height difference of 26 metres. There is a large car park for competitors, an area for washing motorcycles, a system designed to keep the course wet, tunnels beneath the course, and lighting along the full length of the trail. The biggest event here in the summer is the two-day Kiviõli Motocross Festival . Kiviõli Adventure Centre offers activities for the entire family!

Kiviõli Adventure Centre

Kiviõli Adventure Centre can be found on the slopes of the old ash hill to the north of the town centre. The hill is divided in two – half is a ski slope, with downhill runs, a snowboarding park and a snowtubing run; in summer it transforms into running tracks, as well as providing tracks for downhill and mountain vehicles and with a 700-metre-long zip line. The other half is a motocross centre featuring Estonia’s first world championship course, which measures 1950 metres and with a 26 metre difference in height. There is a large car park for competitors, a washing area for motorcycles, a system designed to keep the course watered, tunnels beneath the course and lighting along its full length. The biggest event here in summer is the two-day Kiviõli Motocross Festival.

Estonia’s longest zip-line in Kiviõli Adventure Center

Estonia’s longest zip-line is surely one of the most exhilarating attractions at the Kiviõli Adventure Centre.The ride starts from the tower erected on the hill and runs 600 m along the cable with speed reaching up to 80 km/h. There is a safe braking system at the end of the cable. In addition to zip-lining, you can drive on a hill car course, which runs from the top of the hill down the ski slope. Children can drive small electric and gasoline-powered vehicles, and adventure games similar to a treasure hunt are offered to the entire family. You can grab something to eat at the Hill Café, which is located in the main building of the centre.

Extreme safari in the former industrial areas of Aidu

Go on an off-road safari hike in jeeps and see the most interesting places of Aidu quarry, cross steep ascents, and drive through water. Reading a map, orientating, looking for paths and passages, crossing obstacles, communicating with a radio transmitter, etc. add even more excitement to the safari. If you are interested, you can drive the jeep on your own. The guide will surely talk about shale and environmental issues. To finish off the day, enjoy a hot sauna and stay for a night at the Estonian Mining Museum. Good to know: be sure to dress in accordance with the weather.

Kauksi beach near Lake Peipus (Peipsi)

The northern shore of Lake Peipus is a popular holiday destination unique for its natural beauty. Kauksi is one of the most beautiful and best-known beaches in the area. You can get to the beach of “singing sands”, which is several kilometres long, via a stairway over the dunes. You can play volleyball on the beach and children can enjoy swings. Kauksi Resort Village is also close by and it offers drinks and snacks. There are also special places for barbequing and camping on the Kauksi campsite . There are no lifeguards on duty at Kauksi beach, so swimming is at your own risk.

Cruise on wooden sailing ship ‘Tütarsaare Aino’

You have the opportunity to cruise along the Narva River and the coastline aboard our sailing ship. We depart from Narva-Jõesuu and we can go to Narva, Toila, and beyond. The wooden ship can seat up to 15 people and it is perfect for short and long trips, bird observation, stargazing, or discovering the Estonian nature. We welcome both young and older people. Younger ones can play in the cabin at the bow. The sailing ship is named after the Suur and Väike Tütarsaar islands in the Gulf of Finland where Lasse Kiiski, our shipwright, is from.

Äkkeküla sports and recreation area in Narva

The Narva Äkkeküla Sports and Recreation Area offers its visitors activities in summer and winter. The illuminated health trails in pine and hazel forests are perfect for skiing or Nordic walking, running, and cycling. Experienced cyclists can try out our MTB extreme trail. Sports equipment can also be rented from the Äkkeküla Sports Base building. Families can enjoy our hiking and nature trails, campfire sites, disc golf courses, a children’s playground, and a sledding hill. Local and international sports events take place here.

Archery at Saka Cliff & Spa Hotel

We offer archery on a practice range in the park next to the hotel, where we have two targets. Bows and all other equipment are available for four people. We use Legend bows, which are easy to use even for beginners. If you book in advance we can also arrange archery competitions and bloodless hunts for smaller or larger groups, in association with Robin Hood Management.

Alutaguse Adventure Park

The Alutaguse Tubing and Adventure Park is located by the Kurtna lakes in Ida-Viru county, close to the Alutaguse Recreational and Sports Centre. There are five adventure tracks for various levels of fitness, Children’s Adventure Park with 22 exciting obstacles, and a tubing track open throughout the year. Here, you can have the longest ride through the air above a lake in Estonia – the cable rides are 400 m and 220 m long. You have to be at least 140 cm tall to be allowed on the main tracks of the adventure park. Visitors who are at least 110 cm tall can have an adventure on the children’s track. You can also go on an adventure at night, but then you’ll have to book your visit in advance and the minimum size of a group is 10.

Alutaguse Adventure Park tube track

You are welcome to visit Alutaguse Adventure Park at the Alutaguse Recreational Sports Centre all year round. We have one 120-metre tube track, a 30-metre children’s track and 67 tubes. There is a 90-metre ski lift-type elevator which will take you up the hill and which can take several thousand tubes up every hour – so no need to worry about queuing! Outside of opening hours you can visit the tube park or organise events based on prior agreement. Did you know…? *You normally experience higher speeds on the tube track in summer than in winter *The track is located in the Kurtna lake region, which is the biggest in Estonia – there are 42 lakes over 30 square kilometres

Alutaguse disc golf course

Alutaguse disc golf course is located between the lakes of Kurtna, on the territory of the Alutaguse Health and Sports Centre. The 18-basket disc golf course runs through a varied landscape and various obstacles. At the Alutaguse Health and Sports Centre, you can rent discs, score cards and course maps for an independent game. In addition, smaller and larger groups can book an express-class in disc golf that provides the basic knowhow of this game.

Cruise on wooden sailing ship “Tütarsaare Aino”

You have the opportunity to cruise along the Narva River and the coastline aboard our sailing ship. We depart from Narva-Jõesuu and we can go to Narva, Toila, and beyond.

The wooden ship can seat up to 15 people and it is perfect for short and long trips, bird observation, stargazing, or discovering the Estonian nature. We welcome both young and older people. Younger ones can play in the cabin at the bow.

The sailing ship is named after the Suur and Väike Tütarsaar islands in the Gulf of Finland where Lasse Kiiski, our shipwright, is from.

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Adventure quest “Narva circle”

Quest-adventure “Narva Circle” is a new kind of the active rest. We can turn your usual walk into a fascinating adventure with the help of the application in your smartphone. Try yourself and your friends in an interactive game, walking in the most beautiful places of the town. Solve puzzles and learn an alternative history of Narva. The quest suites the whole family. The game is held outdoors with the help of the mobile application and takes 1.5 – 2 hours. Fully charge Android / Apple smartphone is required. Starting point – Peetri plats, Narva

Alutaguse Adventure Park

The Alutaguse Tubing and Adventure Park is located by the Kurtna lakes in Ida-Viru county, close to the Alutaguse Recreational and Sports Centre. There are five adventure tracks for various levels of fitness, Children’s Adventure Park with 22 exciting obstacles, and a tubing track open throughout the year. Here, you can have the longest ride through the air above a lake in Estonia – the cable rides are 400 m and 220 m long. You have to be at least 140 cm tall to be allowed on the main tracks of the adventure park. Visitors who are at least 110 cm tall can have an adventure on the children’s track. You can also go on an adventure at night, but then you’ll have to book your visit in advance and the minimum size of a group is 10.

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