Laulasmaa is a small coastal village in North Estonia. It is 20 km east of Paldiski and about 40 km west of Tallinn. The village 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.
Bus schedules are easily available online – read more under Estonia#Get around.
Laulasmaa can be accessed from the nearby Lohusalu marina.
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). The first 18-hole golf course in Estonia and the entire Baltic States. Adept players consider it one of the best courses in northern Europe.
- Paldiski – To the west. A coastal and formerly closed military town during the Soviet era.
- Tallinn – To the east. The capital, and financial and cosmopolitan centre of Estonia, with a medieval Old Town. Beautiful and expensive.