Toila [dead link] is a small town in northeastern 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.
- Saka viewing tower and hiking trails.
- Ontika precipice.
- Toila Gymnasium Watchtower, Pühajõe village. 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.