Laulasmaa sits on the Lahepere Bay on a beautiful sandy beach, just half an hour's drive from Tallinn.
It 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.
Laulasmaa beach is a perfect swimming place. Families love its sandy sea bottom and warmer than average water. The beach is also appreciated by local windsurfers. In Lohusalu Bay lies the wreck of the passenger ship "Josef Stalin," which is a well-known diving spot.
A beautiful landscape, ancient pine forest and seashore offer you great opportunities for running, cycling, skiing, walking, jogging, hiking and picking wild berries and mushrooms.
Whether you’re a romantic couple, a windsurfer, a diver, a family with young children or somebody who just enjoys sunbathing and swimming - Laulasmaa has something for you.
You can have a wonderful day out enjoying nature and Laulasmaa makes an excellent stopping point on an Estonian coastal tour. It’s also accessible by sea through Lohusalu marina.