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Health Resort

Pärnu’s fame as a rehabilitation and holiday resort dates back to the middle of the 19th century. The foundation of the first bathing facility in 1838 is considered the birth date of Pärnu resort. Today Pärnu has all desirable qualities of a modern holiday resort – it has spas and rehabilitation centres, hotels, conference and concert venues, golf courses and tennis courts, restaurants and pubs.

Since 1996 Pärnu enjoys the status of the Summer Capital of Estonia. Especially in the hottest months of the year – from June till August there is more entertainment and more cultural events than elsewhere in Estonia.

The resort of Pärnu has been hosting holiday-makers from the whole world ever since. Long tradition of as a resort has made Pärnu well known in Finland and other Scandinavian countries, in Latvia and in Russia.

There are six spas and rehabilitation centres and plenty of hotels with more than 4000 beds to book round the year. Medical care and rehabilitation services are in high demand both with local and visiting population.

Pärnu is a perfect conference and seminar venue. There are various conference facilities and ample experience in hosting international conferences. Participants and presenters are quaranteed a pleasant conference experience with various audiovisual and simultaneous interpretation facilities.

Just in the outskirts of Pärnu there are two top-quality golf courses meeting the international standards – Pärnu Bay Golf Links in Tahkuranna and White Beach Golf Course in Valgeranna.