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The Lahemaa National Park and the Palmse Manor House

The name Lahemaa (the land of gulfs) comes from the numerous gulfs and peninsulas that break up the coast here. The park covers intact landscapes of different types – coastal lowlands, pine forests, limestone cliffs, stone fields, waterfalls and rapids.

Lahemaa National Park also is unique for its flora and fauna. Many rare species of higher plants, moos and mushrooms grow there, as well as numerous big mammals, like wild boar and elk live there. This also is a good place for bird-watching.

In the park there are several well-restored manor houses which allow tourists to get a superb insight into the Estonian 18-19th century manorial architecture. In contrast to this lifestyle, the fishermen’s way of life in the past can be seen in a small fishing village.

Palmse Manor House and Sagadi Manor House

During the tour to you will visit one of the finest Manor Houses in Estonia, the Palmse Manor House. This Baroque jewel was built by von Pahlen family in the 18th century. The manor consists of the group of buildings surrounded by a beautiful park, where trees, both common and rare, can be found, as well as a lake with swans and a garden pavilion. Beyond the manor there are forests and meadows that create natural and peaceful atmosphere.
Today there is a museum in the manor and it is open to the public. The former distillery has been rebuilt and there is a small country hotel with 22 rooms now, as well as a sauna and a beer cellar. The Sagadi Manor House was first mentioned in written documents in 1444. During 1684-1919 it belonged to the Focks. The present manor house with a Rococo interior was built in 1749-53. The additions and the Classicist facade date from the end of the 18th century. 17 out of former 52 buildings have been renovated. There is a large park with a pond and an orchard.