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This is the tour for people looking genuine tourism experience. While the beginning of the tour leads you to the well known Lahemaa National Park, then the North-East Estonia is not so known tourism destination. You will see very different, but friendly and beautiful Estonia.

6-days tour follows the Northern coastline. Tour goes through Lahemaa National Park and its main sights like – Viru Bog, Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula Manor houses and numerous hiking trails. On the way is Estonias highest waterfall in Valaste and widest in Jägala. Route follows the small, quiet roads on top of the Northern Clint to Estonian border town Narva - primeval Estonian town with a Russian soul.

Price from  306 EUR per person in double/twin room


Price includes:

  • Accommodation 5 nights in double/twin room
  • 5 breakfast
  • daily maps (paper copy or GPS file)
  • detailed turn-to-turn route book
  • use of water and sauna centre in hotel at Narva-Jõesuu
  • emergency phone support
  • all taxes

Extras (not included to package price)

  • Bike rent for 6 days 54 EUR per bike
  • Single supplement +154 EUR
  • Rent of Ortlieb waterproof pannier bags for 6 days is 16 EUR per pair
  • Rent of Ortlieb handlebar bag for 6 days is 10 EUR per bag
  • Train ticket Narva-Tallinn costs 11 EUR per person, bike is free

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North Coast tour map

Day 1: Tallinn-Valkla (55 km / 34 miles)
Cycling tour starts after bike fitting in Tallinn Old Town. Cycling out of Tallinn, first 30 km will be on bike road. After Maardu, road will go around former phosphorite careers in Ülgase to Jägala - Estonia’s biggest waterfall. Cycling to seaside resort Valkla. Overnight in holiday village by the beach.

Day 2: Valkla-Sagadi (53/63/70/80 km / 32/39/44/49 miles)
Secondary roads will take you to to Lahemaa National Park. On the way is one of Estonia’s most important nature sights – Viru Bog. After that you have many options to continue:

  • You can cycle directly to Sagadi, then your day is 53 km / 32 miles
  • 63 km / 39 miles includes Võsu and Altja village.
  • 70 km/44 miles loop includes Võsu, Käsmu and Altja Village.
  • If you like to cycle a lot, cycle the secenic Pärispea peninsula loop, Võsu and Altja villages, total 80 km/49 miles

Accommodation in hotel in Sagadi.

Day 3: Sagadi-Kunda (40 km / 24 miles)
As it is a short riding day, you can make the Altja loop (6 km return) in the morning and then continue to Kunda. Road passes Vihula Manor, hotel and spa, where you are welcome to wander the grounds and admire the views of the manor. Route continues along the coast to Kunda known of its cement factory. Accommodation nearby Kunda in Lammasmäe.

Day 4: Kunda-Ontika (61 km / 37 miles)
Highlight of the day is cycling on the top of North-Estonian clint. Great views to the bay, quiet roads. You will pass Saka Manor house and hiking trails. This is the place you might consider to stay extra night. North-East Estonia is known for its oil shale mines. The oil shale industry in Estonia is one of the most developed in the world. Estonian Mining Museum in Kohtla-Nõmme is about 15 km from Ontika (one way) and worth visiting. Accommodation in Manor Hotel in Ontika. 

Day 5: Ontika-Narva-Jõesuu (53 km / 32 miles)
You will pass Estonian highest waterfall in Valaste. On your way to Narva-Jõesuu you will pass Sillamäe town. Due to this industry, the town was closed off for a long time. Today, you have the possibility to examine the buildings from the post-war period of Stalin, classical parkways, and museums.

Narva-Jõesuu resort is dotted with spas and a large sandy beach that draws in holiday makers every summer. The first spa in Narva-Jõesuu was opened in the 19th century, beginning a fine and well established tradition. Narva-Jõesuu beach, covered with fine sand and lined with a pine forest, is the longest one in Estonia; running 7.5 km on the south shore of the Gulf of Finland.  

Overnight in Narva-Jõesuu in hotel.

Day 6: Narva-Jõesuu-Narva-Tallinn (17 km / 11 miles  cycling + 2hr 45 min by train)
Narva is a melting pot of Estonian and Russian cultures and a great place to continue travelling to St. Petersburg. Once a prime example of Baroque architecture in Europe, the town was heavily damaged in the Second war and almost entirely rebuilt. Narva these days presents examples of classical Soviet-era architecture with some exciting contemporary developments such as Narva College located on the town square. The best preserved castle (Hermann Fortress) overlooking a large, winding river acting as a border between Estonia and Russia is one of the main attractions of the city.

After discovering Narva and its sights, train back to Tallinn.
 

  • Ortlieb Handlebar bag with map case

    We rent waterproof Ortlieb Ultimate Handlebar bags.

    Rental includes map holder and holder

    Volume: 7 L

    height: 21 cm / 8.3 in
    width: 23.5 cm / 9.3 in
    depth: 14 cm / 5.5 in
    weight: 710 g / 25 oz

    1.50 eur

    OFF
  • Cargo treilers

    BOB YAK

    The Yak Trailer carries up to 70lb / 32 kg so you don’t have to leave anything behind. Trailer tracks rear wheel of bicycle, making it easier to navigate narrow roads or single track. Low center of gravity keeps the weight off your bicycle frame for better handling and performance than racks and panniers. Bag included.

    Cargo Space: 25in x 16in x 18in / 64cm x 41cm x 46cm 

    Bag: 94 L, 100% waterproof

    Prices:

    1 day (24 hrs) 7.50 EUR

    1 week 37 EUR

    7.50 eur

    OFF
  • Garmin GPS

     Garmin GPS Oregon 200

    5 EUR per day, 25 EUR per week.

    We have 5 GPS.

    5.00 eur

    OFF
  • Computer

     Computer: 1 EUR per day, 5 EUR per week

    1.00 eur

    OFF
  • Pannier bags rental

    Pair of Ortlieb waterproof panniers

    One pair 2 x 20 liters

    height:42 cm
    upper width:32 cm
    bottom width:23 cm
    depth:17 cm
    weight:1900 g.
    volume:40 l. 

    3.00 eur

    OFF

Great company and good service! Keep riding! George P