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Wooden houses in Võsu

Võsu[dead link] is a small beach village in North Estonia inside Lahemaa National Park.


The village is one of the oldest summer resorts in Estonia, founded in the 19th century.

Get in[edit]

By bus[edit]

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 It makes sense to first take a bus to Rakvere and then on to Võsu.

Get around[edit]

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.





Go next[edit]

  • 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.

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