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Laulasmaa

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Laulasmaa [1] is a small coastal village in North Estonia. It's situated 20km west from Paldiski and ~40km east from Tallinn.

It got its name from the singing sands on the Laulasmaa beach ("laulev maa" - the land that sings).

Laulasmaa has been a well-known holiday place since the 1930s.

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Bus schedules can be checked at Bussireisid.ee [2] and Peatus.ee [3].

By sea[edit]

Laulasmaa can be accessed from the nearby Lohusalu marina.

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The beach with its sandy sea bottom is the biggest attraction of the village.

  • Tallinn Golf Club Niitvälja, Niitvälja küla, Keila vald (Some kilometres north from Laulasmaa), [4]. The first 18-hole Golf course in Estonia and the entire Baltic States. Adept players consider it one of the best courses in Scandinavia.  edit


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The official Estonian tourism website provides an extensive list of options for accommodation in Laulasmaa [5].

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Get out[edit]

  • Paldiski, former Russian naval base, situated on the Pakri peninsula
  • Tallinn, the capital of Estonia



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