Piltene is an ancient town in Northern part of Kurzeme, situated next to the former riverbed of the river Venta, 22 km from Ventspils. It is famous for being the main town of Kurzeme bishopric from the end if XIII cent.
Lielā iela 2a, Piltene, Ventspils novads, LV-3620
Jūrkalne seashore bluffs are one of the most picturesque sea shores of the Baltic Sea in Latvia with a quiet beach, untouched by civilisation, and impressive bluffs of up to 20 m high. It offers extensive possibilities f
Valdemārpils (before 1926 – Sasmaka) lies 16 km north of Talsi, on the shore of Lake Sasmaka. An ancient Couronian castle once stood on top of the near-by Dupurkalns hill, also the site of cult activity. The name of Sasm
The farm has specialized in implementation of environmental protection projects and provision of tourism services. Tourists can enjoy different recreation activities: hiring a boat for boat trip down the Abava River, goi
"Drubazas", Abavas pagasts, Talsu novads
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“Jāņkalni” path provides information on the ancestral ornaments, signs, and deities which are our cultural heritage. The educational objective is to acquaint pupils with the customs of ancient Latvians, to he
The garden hosts the largest daylily collection in the Eastern Europe. It is situated in Lauciene, 10 km from Talsi, near Talsi–Jūrmala motorway. The garden offers a possibility to visit this versatile, ornamental and st
Construction of the Livonian Order Castle in Kandava was initiated in year 1254.
Deer Garden of guest house "Rudini" introduces the wildlife - deer, fallow deers and mouflons in enclosed areas, which here launched in 2003.
Not far from Jūrmala, the most popular resort in the Baltic Region, Ķemeri National Park is located – the “Natura 2000” territory which is special due to its biological diversity, the unique Ķemeri Moorland, various ecos
It is the thickest tree in the Baltic Region and also in Eastern Europe. In the 1920s, lightning struck the top of the oak and, thus, only its largest branch has remained. When the oak was in full flourish, the perimeter