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Parnu has always been an important harbour. To stop sand build-up in the river mouth, jetties made from logs were built in 1769, as ordered by the empress Catherine II. In 1863-64, new jetties were built of rocks that were transported there from the...more
Nice walk, beautiful views. I'd just like to point out that the location provided by Tripadviser is wrong. The best way is to some to Tervis leisure center, leave the car there and walk through the park. Or - if you are walking by the...More
The mole on the left bank of the river has become the symbol of Pärnu.
The mole has gained a romantic reputation as a place for lovers to walk on; however, before taking a walk there, be sure to check the water level!
Walking to the end of the Jetty is a unique and somewhat challenging experience. Be aware that walking to the end takes 30 minutes or longer. And NEVER go there if rain is in the forecast as the wet stones will make your journey very...More
Our kids love hopping from rock to rock. Once you get to the end there are great panoramas of the shore. We were the only people who ventured out to the lighthouse so it was very peaceful. I did have some nagging concerns...What if someone...More