Peraküla campsite

Lääne County, Nõva Recreation Area
The Peraküla beach is famous for its singing sands and the clean sea. The campsite has been established to protect the fragile dunes and to provide an opportunity for holiday-makers to come as close to the seashore as possible. The sea water is refreshingly cool and warms up by the end of the summer. One can take nice walks along the shore here. Nearby is also the start of the 4.4 km study trail that offers an alternative to beach pleasures. The sea is suitable for surfers.
Phone+372 506 2004
Type of objectCampsite
Parking facilitiesParking for max 200 cars, max 4 caravans
Amenities16 outdoor fireplaces, 4 shelters and 4 dry toilets, 3 information boards
Camping facilities yes
Outdoor fireplace yes
Wheelchair accessibility yes
Hiking options yes
SightsLong beaches with singing sands, cultural heritage and mighty old trees
Berries and mushroomsBilberries, cowberries, mushrooms
Additional informationNo firewood is available for the campfire sites of the campsite. Firewood can be bought at the RMK Nõva Visitor Centre (1.5 km away).
Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
Restrictions Located in Nõva Nature Reserve. Information about restrictions can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 662 5999, Organising events at Peraküla campsite is forbidden!
Parking outside the marked parking areas is strictly forbidden!
LocationPeraküla village, Lääne-Nigula municipality, Lääne County
Object no 7 on recreation area map
Driving directionsDrive 47 km from Tallinn through Keila towards Haapsalu and turn right at the Määra road junction (sign “Nõva 29 km”). Drive through Nõva for 3.2 km towards Haapsalu, turn right at the Peraküla bus stop and drive 1.9 km to Peraküla village and straight ahead 1.8 km to the campsite.  
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.221349
longitude: 23.600297
L-EST 97 x: 6564840 y: 477175