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Baltic Coastal Hiking Guide

Baltic Coastal Hiking Guide

In the guide, the ~1200 km of the Baltic Coastal Hiking Route are divided into 8 sections and each of them is marked by a different colour on the map: The Great Sea (The West coast of Latvia on the Baltic Sea), the Little Sea (The West coast of the Gulf of Riga), Jūrmala and Riga (The most popular resort city and the capital of Latvia), the Vidzeme coast (The East coast of the Gulf of Riga), Pärnu town and fishing villages (The littoral of Pärnu Bay), Matsalu National Park and the West Estonian islands (Matsalu Bay, Saaremaa, Muhu, Hiiumaa, Vormsi islands), Haapsalu and villages of Coastal Swedes (Haapsalu Bay and the Noarootsi Peninsula, Osmussaar island) and Cliffs and waterfalls in the Northwest of Estonia (The littoral of the Gulf of Finland).

The ~1200 km of the Baltic Coastal Hiking Route are split up into 60 separate parts of one day walks (~20-25 km). Each day’s walk has a detailed description. An additional three spreads of the guide are dedicated to the islands of Estonia where travellers can continue their hike or, quite the contrary, relax by enjoying the cultural, historic, gastronomic or wellness offers on the islands.

Available in languages: Latvian, English, German, Estonian, Russian
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