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Toila   is a small town in North-East Estonia. It's situated about 40km west from Narva and 10 km northeast from the town of Jõhvi.
Toila is a popular place for weekend breaks and holidays, especially with Estonians from Ida-Virumaa County.
Bus schedules can be checked at Bussireisid.
Valaste waterfall near Toila in Winter
- Saka viewing tower and hiking trails.
- Ontika precipice.
- Toila Gymnasium Watchtower, Pühajõe küla, Toila vald, Ida-Viru maakond. You can see the Bolshoi Tyuters, Sillamäe, Narva-Jõesuu, Pühajõe village, and Toila-Ontika limestone cliff.
- Valaste Waterfall, (Located along the Ontika cliff - around 10km north from Jõhvi.), . The Valaste waterfall is most impressive in early spring; then, the winter snow is melting and volume of cascading water is greatest. During winter the waterfall freezes and forms fairy-tale like ice sculptures. In 1997, a platform for tourists was built opposite the waterfall. There is a car park, some explanatory signs and a trail using a double spiral staircase to get down the cliff.
Toila has a small fishing and yachting port.
Oru Park and its palace have become popular for walking and enjoying the outdoor events that take place there.
The official Estonian tourism website provides an extensive list of options for accommodation in Toila.
- Narva, the easternmost point of the European Union
- Narva-Jõesuu, beach resort town near the mouth of Narva River
- Jõhvi, town in the centre of Ida-Viru county