Sillamäe Mere puiestee (Sea Boulevard) and promenade

Mere puiestee-1, Sillamäe

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Mere puiestee (Sea Boulevard) is one of the pearls of Sillamäe city and the most dignified street in the city.
A spectacular staircase descends from the town square to the boulevard. The staircase and Mere puiestee have become one of the symbols of the city of Sillamäe.
The central element of the boulevard is a historical gazebo and a beautiful architectural ensemble by the sea. In 2020, the extension of the promenade was completed. You can now enjoy a walk along the sea promenade right on the seafront. There is a lookout tower, rest areas, children's playgrounds, and an outdoor gym by the promenade.

Times and prices
Open all year round

24 hours

Features and amenities
  • Wheelchair access

Getting there

Drive from Tallinna maantee through M. Rumjantsevi tänav. Then, you can either walk down the stairs or walk through Kesk tänav and Majakovski tänav to Kalda tänav and Ranna tänav. There is also a small parking lot for 4–5 cars at Ranna 24-22, which also has accessible parking spaces. Minibuses can also be parked, but there is not enough room for large 50-seat buses.

Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Kultuurimaja
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