A visitor centre from ecological materials has been built for tourists to the Rannu-Jõesuu recreation area at the beginning of the Emajõgi River. There, culture and nature enthusiasts will also find a yellow window of National Geographic, marking one of the 21 places in South Estonia worth discovering.
Bring your family – you can swim, play, and spend time in the lovely cafe with a terrace. The region of Lake Võrtsjärv is a mystical natural habitat with its old fishing villages and Tondisaare Island.
The Leie sacrificial stone can be found 1.3 km from the northern shore of Lake Võrtsjärv, which is known for its healing powers and the music that is heard beneath it at nights.