Optional Tour to Jurmala (duration: 3 hours including transfers & shopping)
Jurmala, a resort town possessing 150-year-old resort traditions, occupies approximately one-tenth part of the coastal line. Jurmala is the place for a city dweller tired of life to reacquire the feeling of being the Nature's child. Here fresh sea wind will fill people's lungs and make them dizzy with the smell of pines, the eyes will rest in the blue of the sea, the feet will sink in the soft golden sand…Now, after the 50-year-long isolation again various generations from various countries may enjoy the special gentle charm, curative waters and mud baths of Jurmala… Jurmala with its romantic wooden houses in art nouveau (Jugendstil), its spacious beaches, forests, and calmly flowing Lielupe river is especially attractive in the modern world of standards, for it has not lost its singularity.
Nestled directly on the shore of the Baltic Sea, the 5-star Baltic Beach Hotel & SPA has a unique location in Jurmala amidst the dunes and lushly pine-trees. Offering direct access to the fully equipped private beach with catering service, it is ideally located in the heart of Jurmala within walking distance to main cultural and recreational institutions, railway station, restaurants, shops and other attractions.
4-star hotel Jurmala SPA is a modern Spa resort and conference centre. It is located just 25 kilometres from Riga in one of Latvia’s oldest and most picturesque resorts - Jūrmala and is just a couple of hundred metres from the golden beaches on the shores of the Gulf of Riga. Situated on a pedestrian only street, the Hotel Jurmala SPA provides 190 comfortable and spacious rooms with accommodation for 380 beds. The hotel has been decorated using only natural materials – wood and stone - to create a restful and relaxing atmosphere.
The building reflects the tendencies of contemporary architecture and charmingly fits into the landscape of Jurmala. One can see from the hotel the sun rising over the river and hear the pines rustling in the seaside dunes.