Pärnu’s long, wide, sandy beach – sprinkled with volleyball courts, cafes and changing cubicles – is easily the city’s main drawcard. A...
This late-19th-century dance hall has been transformed into a spacious countrified beer hall with a large terrace at the back. An older...
Facing the water at the rear of the Heddon Spa & Hotel, Raimond delivers light lunches to a beachy crowd on its large terrace...
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Hedon Spa information
Built in 1927 to house Pärnu's famous mud baths, this handsome neoclassical building has recently been fully restored and opened as a day spa. All manner of pampering treatments are offered, only some of which involve mud.