At the heart of this protected area on the southern border of Estonia is the Koiva River - the natural boundary between Estonia and Latvia - and the Mustjõgi River that flows into it. The symbol of the Koiva River is the meadows that surround it with their old oak, lime and aspen trees. This is also the only place in the country where you will find the European spindle growing naturally. The meadows are the grazing land of Hereford cattle.
Tellingumäe is home to a 24-metre viewing tower, campsite and barbecue area, from which the area's 6 bike trails all start. The trails are marked with signs and information boards. There are further campsites and barbecue areas along the tracks, which measure between 21 and 60 km long.
Enjoy the area's natural beauty!