Tabasalu-Keila-Joa-Laulasmaa. The western part of the cliffs and beaches, on your own.

The western part of the cliffs and beaches: the north-west corner of Estonia is admired for it's attractive clint escarpment and its beaches. Visitors who are also interested in Estonia’s military heritage might also want to discover the ruins of the great naval fortress built by Peter the Great. An absolute favorite for culture-buffs is the Arvo Pärt Centre. Keila, at the centre of this area, is 30 km from Tallinn, and is easily accessible by train (with stops at Keila, Klooga and Kloogaranna, www.elron.ee). For bikers it is easy to take the train to Kloogaranna and then discover the area and cycle along the coast. Busses (number 129) take the Tallinn-Tabasalu-Muraste route and depart from Vabaduse Square every hour. The bus to Keila-Joa, (numbers 126 and 127) depart from Baltijaam (Tallinn’s central railway station). More info about bus routes and timetables can be found at: www.peatus.ee. With your own motorboat or yacht it is possible to access the area though the harbours at Lohusalu and Tilgu.
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The western part of the cliffs and beaches: the north-west corner of Estonia is admired for it's attractive clint escarpment and its beaches. Visitors who are also interested in Estonia’s military heritage might also want to discover the ruins of the

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