Visit of the National Park of Lahemaa. Peninsula located 80 km away from Tallin Lahemaa is a place of exceptional beauty. It was the first national park in the Soviet Union, in 1971, and from the independence of Estonia it has been put even but persistence in the conservation of this splendid example of coastal Baltic Sea landscape: the dense forests of firs and birches alternate with high grass and salt marshes, with beautiful rocky strange beaches and pink granite formation. In the coastal zone of the park there is a colourful fishermen town of Kasmu, as well as sumptuous villas and mansions built by Tallinn and Saint-Petersburg aristocracy.