Maria Talu

Geography
Destination: 
Region, district, state: 
Pärnu County
City: 
Pärnu
Settlement, village: 
Kõpu
Scheme how to get to the base
From Pärnu city center to Maria Farm is 32 km
When leaving Pärnu go along Haapsalu maantee which changes into Lihula maantee after crossing the city boarder. Drive straight on until you reach the twelth milestone. From there Maria talu´s signpost will guide You to turn left towards Tõstamaa. Turn left and drive straight until the 22nd milestone of Tõstamaa maantee. You have reached Your destination!
By bus from Pärnu bus station
Pärnu - Tõstamaa
Buses depart from stop No 5 at 06:30, 07:10, 12:30, 15:35 and 18:00.
Buy a ticket to Kõpu bus stop located at Kõpu church, 1300 m before Maria Farm. Ticket price 2 EUR.
Maria Farm – Pärnu
Buses from Tõstamaa arrive at Kõpu bus stop approximately at 07:15, 08:30, 10:45, 16:15 and 17:30.
Ticket price 2 EUR
From Tallinn passenger port 156 km and from the airport 158 km via highway 4/E67
Drive along Tallinn – Pärnu highway until You reach the 120th milestone.
From there a signpost – Lihula, Tõstamaa, Audru – will guide You to turn right.
Turn right and drive until the end of the road where a signpost – Lihula, Audru - will guide you to turn right.
Turn right towards Lihula highway. Drive straight on until you reach the twelth milestone.
From there Maria talu´s signpost will guide You to turn left towards Tõstamaa.
Turn left and drive straight until the 22nd milestone of Tõstamaa maantee. You have reached Your destination!
From Virtsu Port (from Saaremaa) 74 km via coastal highway 10 and 79 km via highway 60 (Lihula maantee).
From Haapsalu 116 km via highway 31.
From Riga 215 km via highway A1/E67.






Transfer from the place of arrival: Yes
Information for entry in the country
Documents for entry into the country: 


Visa

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Company information
Accomodation and Catering

Kind of accommodation 

  • Holiday Houses
  • There are a total of 24 double rooms in the holiday houses on Maria Farm, including 3 rooms for the disabled.
    Each holiday house has 3 double rooms, 2 of which are situated on the 1st floor and one on the 2nd floor.
    All rooms have a WC and bathroom with floor heating, a kitchenette with fridge, stove and microwave oven and comfortable 90 cm wide pocket spring beds.
    2nd floor rooms and balconies give a splendid view of the sunset across the forest, horse stables, and the training field.
  • Double room 50 EUR
  • Extra bed for children under 6 without extra charge
  • 6-12 years old children 10 EUR
  • 13-17 years old youths 13 EUR
  • The room rates include breakfast and VAT 9%

  • Seminars

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    Meals: 

  • Breakfast
  • Facilities, services, rent: 

  • Kayaking
  • Bicycle tours
  • Horseriding
  • Hiking
  • Language

    Estonian
    English
    Finnish

    Additional information

    The Maria Farm is a West Estonian-type farm, built in the beginning of last century, where respecting of traditions and sustainability hold an important place.
    The Farm got its name - Maria - by the name of the great grandmother of the host, the first hostess of the Farm. Also, throughout the times horses have been kept in the Farm and by today there are 20 horses in stables as for breeding as well as for riding.
    The Maria Farm is a wonderful place as for holidaymaking as well as for organising training and seminars, connecting them by active activities in nature and on the courts. Straight from the courtyard of the Farm walking paths lead to a beautiful pine forest, where it is nice to hike, camp, ride a horse or a bicycle. Two saunas with wooden heating offer sauna pleasures. Children will find something to do on the playground. Hostesses performing everyday work create the mood as if you have ended up at grandma’s in the country.
    We await you in the Maria Farm!

    Hunting
    Seasons
    Additional documents
    Help with CITES Certificate: 
    No
    Program of a tour

    In Maria Farm, people interested in hunting have the chance to shoot with a gun or photo camera. It is possible to hunt roes, wild boars, moose, brown bears, lynx, wolves and beavers in the forests of Pärnu County. Hunt takes place approximately half an hour away from Pärnu in hunting grounds where there is an excellent game fund. Moose hunt is the most preferred one but wild boar and billy-goat hunt are also popular.
    The following is necessary for hunting: hunting weapon, weapons permit, hunting certificate, valid shooting test certificate.
    Pheasant hunt can be organized on the territory of Maria Farm. A requested amount of birds shall be delivered for the hunt, the birds are released and after that the hunt can begin.
    Sporting i.e. shooting of flying saucers with a gun.



    Game hunting seasons are the following:

  • Moose 15 September – 15 December
  • Wild boar around the year
  • Billy-goat 1 June – 30 September
  • Sandpiper 1 August – 3 November
  • Ecotourism


    TÕSTAMAA PARISH

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    Packages

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    Bicycle trip to Kihnu Island

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