The northern shore of Lake Kuremaa is home to the only beach in Jõgeva County manned by lifeguards. Here you will find a 250-metre stretch of golden sand, aquabikes and boat hire, a beachfront cafe, a playground, areas for ball games, a caravan park and more. You can also camp here. The swimming area is marked by buoys. The water temperature is measured constantly, with information provided on special stands.
Adavere ice skating rink
Adavere ice skating rink is open to all skaters next to the manor school in the town of the same name, around 120 km from Tallinn on the Tallinn-Tartu Highway. You can see it from the road.
Rivaal Guesthouse is located on the shore of the Põltsamaa River in the city centre, next to the Rose Island. We accommodate smaller work collectives, families, and friends. Major attractions, shops, and cultural facilities are within walking distance. In addition to accommodation, we offer seminar services and catering.
St. Nicholas’ church, Põltsamaa
This Lutheran church, originally constructed on a bastion and the town's walls, was restored from its war-time ruins 50 years ago. Its altar, pulpit, lights and tower bells (XIX) are from the now defunct University of Tartu church.
A cosy and comfortable café located near historic Põltsamaa castle. Come and enjoy great food and company on our outdoor terrace or in our snug and warm café. All families, groups and passers-by whose mind and body needs some replenishing are welcome.
Seminars at Trofee Hunting Lodge
There are two seminar rooms in the Trofee Hunting Lodge - a larger room which will comfortably accommodate up to 80 people in theatre style or 30 people at a U-shaped table, and a smaller room which will accommodate up to 20 people. The fittings in the rooms are easy to rearrange so as to meet your needs and ensure that your event is exactly how you want it to be - and a great success. Everything you need is at your disposal, including a data projector, screen, DVD player, WiFi, a whiteboard and a flipchart. During seminars we serve [...]
Avinurme Handicrafts Centre’s Café
The smell of freshly baked bread blends with the smell of wood creating an especially cosy and homelike atmosphere in the Handicrafts Centre's Café. Almost all the visitors praise the delicious coffee and charming interior of the Handicrafts Centre. Every traveller will get a bellyful and by previous agreement, we also offer refreshments to larger groups. The café's lunch menu includes soups and different main courses, also pizzas. We offer appetizing pies, homemade bread and other tasty snacks as well. We have special menus for groups. There are seats for 20 people in the café; the hall on the second floor accommodates up to [...]
If one day at WPark is not enough, you can now comfortably camp by the picturesque Lake Kamari, in the shade of the trees. In the WPark glamping tent, you can sleep like royalty between white sheets and in a real bed while in the middle of beautiful nature. We offer accommodation in four glamping tents. Each tent has four comfortable single beds. In total, we can accommodate up to 16 people in our glamping village. The price of glamping also includes washing facilities and a sauna in the main building of WPark during opening hours. Breakfast can conveniently be [...]
Kursi’s Sts. Mary and Elisabeth Church of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Baroque architecture in concordance with pseudo Gothic architecture (alteration by Johann Gottfired Mühlhausen). Twelve small spiring pinnacles symbolise the twelve apostles of Jesus. The church manor is a historical parochial centre; there is a museum in the vicarage (built in 1817).
Mustvee Old Believer’s Museum
Mustvee Old Believer’s Museum is one of the 21 places in Southern Estonia worth discovering that are marked by a yellow National Geographic window; all those interested in culture and history should definitely pay a visit. The exhibits give an overview of the culture of Old Believers both in the past and in the present. The collection includes samovars, irons, clothes worn by the Old Believers, commodities, furniture and fishing equipment. Also on display – J. Kolpakov’s paintings of the churches of Mustvee, P. Mihhailov’s and his son’s wood engravings and L. Korobova’s paintings and drawings of Lake Peipus.