Pirita beach

This beach, the biggest in Tallinn, is located in the suburb of Pirita but popular with beach-goers from all over the city. You can get to it on buses from the city centre. The beach has changing cabins, lockers, playgrounds for children and areas for ball games. In summer there is a beach bar, a ten pin bowling club bar and kiosks. There is also a small market. You can hire beach loungers.
Did you know...? * Life guards are on duty from 9:00-20:00 Monday-Friday and from 9:00-21:00 Saturday and Sunday

This beach, the biggest in Tallinn, is located in the suburb of Pirita but popular with beach-goers from all over the city. You can get to it on buses from the city centre. The beach has changing cabins, lockers, playgrounds for children and areas fo

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  • Heavy skies and wind don’t impact the beauty

    Even on a windy, grey March day, you can still enjoy the beauty of this beach. Backed by a small pine forest, the sand extends for a couple of kilometres along the Tallinn coast. Easy to get to on...

  • Great memories and great beach

    One of the best beaches I ever been to in Europe. Totally free access, it has a beautiful pines forest on the back, mini golf, surfing facilities, ice cream kiosks, beach volley, and you can also...

  • We had a great​ time there!

    We went to this beach when the weather was wet and cold but we enjoyed a long walk with our family. There were hardly any people. The sound of waves and quacking of ducks was the only sound we could...


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