Jurmala is a resort town stretching 32 km and located between the Gulf of Riga and the Lielupe River. With miles of sandy beaches, swaying pine trees and deliciously fresh air, eclectic architecture and plenty of fun, Jurmala is a resort like no other. In addition to its natural and architectonical assets, Jurmala also holds top culture and entertainment events all year round.
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Jomas Street is a pedestrian street lined on both sides by quaint wooden cottages and Art Nouveau edifices that now house countless cafés, restaurants and shops. Willing to visit a restaurant, a bar or just to absorb the unique atmosphere of Jurmala – this is the place to go.
On the Dzintari and Majori beach a wooden walking trail is created for relaxing strolls along the coast of the Baltic Sea. Fresh air, the sea, beach cafes and even a sculpture of the Turtle of Jurmala can be encountered on the way.
Address: Beachside from Turaidas street up to Tirgoņu street, Jūrmala
Jūras Street is the street closest to dunes in Majori. Historically Jūras Street was known as a location for summer cottages and pensions. Today almost all the architecture styles characteristic to Jurmala that are represented by 23 architecture monuments of national and local importance are located in the area.
The Dzintari watchtower at 33.5 meters height gives an opportunity to overlook the sea, pine trees and Dzintari area from above.
Address: Lazdonas iela, Jūrmala