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Kolka! That is a nice village in Kolka parish, Latvia. This place is cute and really charming! Mostly people go to Kolka to see it’s beautiful coast, witch is called Cape Kolka. Latvia must be truly proud of this one… Cape Kolka actually reminds a lot of a horn. That is why originally (in Baltic languages) Cape Kolka is called a Kolka Horn (Kolkos Ragas in Lithuanian, Kolkasrags in Latvian and Kolka Nina in Estonian). What is more, this cape is a place, where the waves from two different seas clash – the open Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga. That is really interesting, right? Don’t be waiting any longer, visit Baltic States, tour around Latvia and get acquainted with amazing Kolka! Baltic Tours are waiting…
Take a look at this awesome place called Cape Kolka! Hitting the road to feel it’s magic? Alright!
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Population: 966 (2010)
Area: 116,9 km2
Postal code: LV-3275
Area code: (+371) 36
Rank in country: 76th in Latvia
Slitere National Park is considered to be the unique museum of the geological history of the Baltic Sea and Slitere National Park is one of the oldest nature reserves in the Baltic countries. In this national park you will be able to visit the 30-50 meter high scarp of the Baltic glacial lake, which is overgrown with natural, several types of broad-leaved forests and also, here is a lowland complex of gullies and swamps. By the way, in this amazing place, you can find hundreds of species of various plants and bryophytes, of which 29 species are in Latvia.
Kolkas Baka is located about 5-6 km from the Kolka Cape on the bottom of the sandy subsoil, on an artificially stuffed island. It is important to mention for those, who wish to go by boat there, that the time suitable for sailing to the lighthouse is only 40 days a year. In 1874 built lighthouse was destroyed during the World War II, and later was restored. Today the lighthouse is powered by solar energy and is visible from 10 sea miles.
Kolka Lutheran Church
Pine nature trail, bird watching tower
Best places to eat in Kolka
The Stenders Pizza
What to do and see in Kolka
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