Toila is an idyllic village in northeast Estonia and is primarily known for the spa hotel with thermal baths located there. However, there are many more places worth exploring.
The main attraction of Toila is Oru Park, where in the 19th century you could find a magnificent castle with a park, which was once gifted to the first Estonian president, Konstantin Päts, as a summer residence. The castle was destroyed in World War II, but with VR glasses, you can jump back in time and see how the park and castle looked in 1938.
Toila, away from bigger cities and close to the sea, is an amazing place to rest. Here, you can enjoy fresh air and beautiful nature along the coastal cliffs. Toila Beach is the perfect place to enjoy the sun and the sea on a hot summer day. When hunger strikes, you can also find several places to eat here with excellent cuisine.
When planning a vacation in Toila, there are many more beautiful places to visit in the vicinity:
Päite landscape protection area, Ontika coastal cliffs, which is also the highest point of the Baltic Klint, Estonia’s highest waterfalls: Valaste waterfall and Kivisilla waterfall, and the Sillamäe beach promenade. All these places are only a few minutes drive away. The drive to Narva, where the river promenade, Victoria bastions, Narva fortress, and Narva Town Hall are waiting to be discovered, takes only 30 minutes.
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Photos: Ida-Viru Tourism Cluster
Project Ida-Viru tourism is implemented under the European Neighbourhood Instrument and co-financed by the European Union.
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