Slitere National Park


SLITERE NATIONAL PARK

The territory of Slītere National Park may be considered a unique museum of the geological history of the Baltic Sea. It is home to a 30-50 m high ancient shore precipice of Baltic ice lake covered with a broad leaf forest rich in terms of species as well as a dune ridge and narrow hallow complex. Seaside with sandy beach and dunes, dry dune pine woods and several kilometres long dune ridges (kangari) interchanging with narrow hollows (vigas) are an integral part of the park. National park is located on the migratory bird fly way, in spring a huge amount of migratory birds can be spotted out here. The park is inhabited by rare and endangered reptiles, such as a pond turtle and copperhead snake and in the vicinity of Kolka – natter jack toad. In fishing villages on the seaside one can get to know the Liv or Livonian cultural heritage – an essential part of cultural-historic heritage of Northern Europe.
For more information visit the website www.slitere.lv

Source: Latvian Tourism Development Agency

Here’s a sampling of major yearly recurring events in the region:

Slītere Travellers Days

You are welcome to experience a number of activities including popular nature and cultural history tours on foot, on bicycle or boat. Special attention is paid to local Livonian cookery heritage and cooking skills as well.
Period: June
For more info visit the official website www.visit.dundaga.lv