Pidula Trout Holiday Village is close to many beautiful places to visit in the company of friends or family.
Odalätsi sources/springs has been a popular local drinking water intake.The water comes from surrounding swamps and Lake Karujärve and goes towards the sea using underground ways.Near the spring there is a parkingplace, the wooden street leads you to the spring. The Odalätsi sources are about 3km from Pidula Trout Holiday village.
According the folk-tale the springs are the footsteps of Vanapagan-an Estonian evil fairytale creature- and he gave the name when fighting with Suur Tõll (also from the fairytale,but strong and good creature) broke his spear
Veere Port (8 km)- six places for boats.Offers usual services as power,water, catering, shop and waste managment.You can buy fresh fish from local people.The sandy beach is about 100m away from the port.
Abula hiking trail (5 km) -Nice seaside 6.8 km long trail is especially beautiful in the spring.Alvar pine forest and limestone cliffs offer the opportunity to meet many different kinds of plants and species. The trail is marked with symbols and signs, begins Kalasma camping site, where you can also park.
Enormous big stone, under protection- This stone has been rolled here by ice. A fairytale tells that Piret,the wife of Suur Tõll(Hero of ancient Saaremaa) had carried stones for sauna in her apron. Unfortunatelly the apron broke and the stone fell down. It is located in parish Kihelkonna,700m from Pidula Üru crossroad.Near the stone there is a parkingplace and some info
The parish center-Kihelkonna (8 km) – a borough population of approximately 400 people, nearest store to Pidula trout holiday village. In the centre of Kihelkonna there is Mihkli church from the 13th century.It has the oldest organ in Estonia from 1805, and the altarwall(1591).There is a unique clocktower separately from the church.(dated 1638,renewed in the beginning of 2000).
Karujärv-Bear Lake (8 km)- Saaremaa’s oldest lake, which is about 8,000 years old, and therefore falls under protection. Depth of the lake is up to 6m, the base is mostly sandy and has a total of five islands. Folk legend tells, the lake was a result of the rainfall, which God had sent to separate seven Bears who had gone to seven different direction.That’s the reason the lake has seven corners.
Vilsandi National Park and National Park Information Desk where you can see a variety of exhibitions, watch nature films, children play and explore fascinating reading. In advance you can order excursions in Finnish,Russian or English on the area of Vilsandi National park. PALJASSAARE port is located 9 km away and you can be driven to the island Vilsandi. It is the Baltics oldest protected area, which is located on the west coast of Saaremaa.It has large gray seal haul-out areas and you can watch different specias of seabirds.