Audru polder

Valgeranna küla, Pärnu

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A 2.5 kilometre path lines the road from Audru small town to Valgeranna beach. The first polder in Estonia lies south of the path – the Audru polder, which was set up in 1938 to avoid floods in the coastland of Pärnu Bay.
The wet and wide polder, about 2,000 ha, has become a stopover for many migratory birds that pass through in spring and autumn. The polder is now an internationally important Special Protection Area.

Times and prices
Open all year round

24 hours

Getting there

Turn towards Valgeranna from Pärnu-Lihula highway. Drive for 3 km, until the path turns left after White Beach Golf. Drive onto the gravel road and along the coastline, until you see the polder areas to your right. Stop and park your car by the road.

  • Signposted
  • By car
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