Haapsalu is a major seaside resort famous for its range of spa hotels and fine beach. The old town is popular too and Haapsalu Castle, haunted by a white lady, hosts many events.
Haapsalu, formed in 1279, is well-known for its historic and maritime ambience, warm sea water, curative mud baths and friendly residents.
Haapsalu is a wonderful little town with narrow streets, a miniature town hall and romantic wooden dwelling houses. On the seaside promenade stands Kuursaal, one of the finest wooden buildings in all Estonia.
The Dome Church of Haapsalu is the biggest single-naved church in the Baltic States and is the most important historical and cultural monument of the town.
Haapsalu will not only appeal to lovers of mud baths, history or different festivals but also to those people who enjoy sandy beaches, parks and peaceful surroundings.
It’s an ideal location for families and romantic couples who enjoy having picnics, walking, visiting spas and taking mud baths, sailing and swimming.
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