The village is one of the oldest summer resorts in Estonia, founded in the 19th century.
To travel between the villages of Lahemaa National Park and from the highway, or from Tallinn or Rakvere, not so frequent buses are available. See Estonia#Get around, which also covers connections with interchange, especially Paetus.ee. It makes sense to first take a bus to Rakvere and then on to Võsu.
Võsu is small enough to be covered by foot.
No much to see except for the beach. Relax and enjoy the untouched region.
Võsu has a beautiful 3 km long beach area with a belt of dunes behind it. Swimming, sailing, windsurfing, beach volleyball and football are all options. There are interesting hiking trails with good roads, its possible to rent a bike from local manors.
- Check out the various sights nearby, within Lahemaa National Park as well as North Estonia.
- Käsmu – A coastal village inside of Lahemaa National Park.
- Rakvere – Estonia's fifth largest city, east of Tallinn, famous for its Punk and Rock festivals and spirit.