Pärnu town and fishing villages.

Section 32. Kabli - Häädemeeste.

SEE Worth seeing

NJaagupi Reserve (Jaagupi hoiuala)

The trail crosses dunes covered with forest and a protected natural territory suitable for preserving the natural habitat.

Kabli village

A former fisherman’s village and shipbuilding place with a beautiful beach and bird watching station.

Häädemeeste village

A populated area which is known as a place where historical sailing ships were built, also it is recognized for its seashore meadows and dunes, there are even legends that UFOs have been seen here.

Häädemeeste Orthodox Church (Häädemeeste õigeusukirik)

A church built in 1872 with a proud three-storey iconostasis and unique architecture.

Häädemeeste Museum

Objects and stories provide insight into the daily life of Häädemeeste’s shipbuilders and sailors. +372 5051658

Häädemeeste meadows (Häädemeeste rannaniit)

As a result of cattle grazing here, plain seaside pastures, characteristic to Western Estonia, developed here.

Häädemeeste Saint Michael’s Church (Mihkli kirik)

The nature stone church built in 1874 is enlivened by red brick details and two rows of windows.

Häädemeeste sand dunes

Sand dunes, also called the Hills of Lamprey (Vingerja mäed).