Location: Pärnu (Estonia)
The strength of Pärnu is its several stop-quality spas and water parks. Now, people living in Pärnu and those just visiting it, can visit these on favourable conditions and be a part of the constantly developing spa culture. Spa Week is a logical continuation to Restaurant Week and Cafe Week. This event will have a separate website where it is possible to purchase exciting offers from various spas – the goal is to make the choice as easy as possible. Other businesses will also join Spa Week: cafes, restaurants, etc.
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Pärnu County is famous for its beaches, where the water is warm and the sand is white. The most popular place for a vacation is Pärnu’s central beach, whose shallow waters make it suitable for families with children. The water in Pärnu warms quickly – reaching almost 26 °C on hot summer days. It is an honour for Pärnu beach to have been chosen by Britain’s Independent newspaper as one of Europe’s best beach vacationing spots!
If you are a fan of nature do not miss the Sooma National Park.
The Soomaa National Park is unique in Europe. Soomaa National Park is a member of the PANParks network whose aim is to protect Europe’s wilderness areas. Hiking tracks of different lengths lead over bogs past little bog lakes. Swimming in these pools of dark but clean water is an experience in its own right, banishing weariness and providing refreshing cooling. Soomaa National Park was selected by Adventure Travel Trade Association as one of its top ten adventure holiday destinations, with its natural environment and numerous recreational activities.
Source: www.visitestonia.com and visitparnu.com