Pärnu town and fishing villages.

Section 39. Matsi - Varbla.

SEE Worth seeing

Matsi harbour

The former fishing harbour of the parish gives a good insight into the fishing harbours from the middle of the previous century.

Matsi Beach

The natural and wild beach is flat and sandy, offering peaceful recreation.

NVarbla reserve (Varbla hoiuala)

A protected natural territory with seaside meadows, deciduous forests and small uninhabited islands.

Varbla dunes

From here you can see the islands where domestic animals graze.

Uus-Varbla Manor and Park

The central wooden building of the manor was built at the end of the 18th century and reconstructed as close as possible to the original.

Uus-Varbla Museum and Manor Building

The exhibition introduces you to the history of the parish and the local lifestyle at the beginning of the previous century. +372 56685168

Commemorative stone to the wrestler Kristjan Palusalule

who became a double Olympic champion at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.

Varbla Church

The church was built in 1861 and it is a neo-gothic building with simple, white plastered walls, balanced out by a lush interior characteristic of the churches of coastal Swedes.