Haapsalu and villages of Coastal Swedes.

Section 52. Dirhami - Nõva.

SEE Worth seeing

NPõõsaspea Horn (Põõsaspea neem)

The horn is located at the westernmost point of the Estonian continental part and stretches far into the sea as a narrow pile of stones which is a great place to observe the environs.

A commemorative sign for Estonian spies

A commemorative sign for four Estonian spies who died during the Noarotsi shoot-out with Estonian border-guards.

Uuejõe River Valley (Uuejõe org) and Sand Dunes

Many times stormy winds bring piles of sand into the Uuejõe river valley making its scenery so changeable.

Liivanõmme Learning Pathway (Liivanõmme õpperada), 7.5 km

Suitable for the lovers of forests, nature and cultural heritage.

Peraküla Beach
This beautiful countryside, largely untouched by civilization and surrounded by sparse settlement, is alluring to nature enthusiasts, who are able to visit the nearby forest to forage blueberries, cowberries and mushrooms. The Nõva coastal area is also enchanting to those interested in enjoying a beach setting and getting a little surfing in. The sandy beach of Peraküla offers close to a dozen kilometres of pure singing sand. Did you know...?: There are no lifeguards at this beach, and RMK Peraküla has a camping area with campfire sites and outhouses, as well as having a 200 capacity car park at Peraküla beach.
The Beach–Peraküla Learning Pathway (Liivase ranna–Peraküla õpperada), 4.4 km

Informative signs are provided along this dry path that crosses various sceneries and rare habitats.

Nõva Reserve, Rest Area and Visitor Centre

Information about the nearest visitor attractions and nature, tips for organising a hiking route and various activities.

Neva Port and Toomanina Breccia

The Negrund meteorite crater breccia - the largest in the continental part of Estonia.