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Beaches & Promenades

 
21.08.2014

Each year, as soon as the first warm days of summer hit, the focus of Tallinn life shifts to its wide, sandy beaches. Tallinn boasts five public swimming beaches: Pirita, Stroomi, Harku, Kakumäe and Pikakari. All have certified lifeguards on duty 9 a.m.– 8 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 a.m.– 9 p.m on weekends. Facilities typically include changing stalls, showers, toilets, sports and play areas, mobile ice cream vendors and parking. Pets are not generally allowed.
For something a bit more secluded, grab a car and head outside the city limits to one of the rural beaches - Laulasmaa, Lohusalu, Salmistu or Kaberneeme. 

However, the best way to experience the city's coastal charm is to walk, bike or skate down one of its well-developed seaside pathways. 

 
 
   
Harku (Lake) Beach

Harku (Lake) Beach

Beaches & Promenades
Harku Beach lies in the Haabersti district, on the western edge of the city.
Haabersti (West Tallinn), Paldiski mnt


Kakumäe Beach

Kakumäe Beach

Beaches & Promenades
Located near a quiet, residential area on the landward side of the Kakumäe peninsula, this beach is farther away and more secluded than Tallinn's other options. It also has the purest water. Here you'll find ball courts, a food kiosk, showers ...
Haabersti


Kultuurikilomeeter (Culture Kilometre)

Kultuurikilomeeter (Culture Kilometre)

Beaches & Promenades
Added in 2011 for Tallinn's European Capital of Culture year, this pathway was designed to provide access from the city centre to a number of cultural sites in Kalamaja area. 



Pikakari Beach

Pikakari Beach

Beaches & Promenades
The city’s newest beach is located on Paljassaare peninsula, near the Katariina Pier. It sits in a former military-industrial zone and still has the ramshackle buildings and poor roads to prove it, but ongoing redevelopment has already yielded ...
Paljassaare


Pirita Beach

Pirita Beach

Beaches & Promenades
Pirita beach is by far the largest and most popular in Tallinn – during summer it can attract up to 30,000 visitors a day. 
Merivälja tee 5
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Pirita Promenade

Pirita Promenade

Beaches & Promenades
A long-time favourite of pedestrians, cyclists and skaters alike, this 2km paved pathway stretches along the waterfront from Kadriorg to Pirita. 



Rocca al Mare Promenade

Rocca al Mare Promenade

Beaches & Promenades
This 2.5-kilometre promenade runs through a peaceful, forest-like residential area in north Tallinn. 



Stroomi Beach

Stroomi Beach

Beaches & Promenades
This child-friendly swimming beach in north Tallinn (Pelguranna) turns into a busy suburban oasis each summer. Not only does it have ball courts, trampolines and outdoor cafés, it also offers playgrounds electric cars for children. A spacious ...
North Tallinn, Pelguranna 30


 
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