Spending your holidays with us in Mazirbe, the northern part of the Baltic Sea, you have a unique opportunity to enjoy the aura and magic of this edge, the unspoilt nature of peace and the silence of the daily city bustle. Walk around the sea, nature trails with unique fauna and flora. See various tourist attractions in the Liv People's House, boat tombs, church and pastoral houses, Mazirbe landmark, medieval cemetery, Vilkaču graveyard, White Mountain, etc. Walking around the beach, you can see the Lighthouse in a clear time. Three lighthouses can be seen in the chair at the same time: Kolka, Serve and Miķeļtorn Lighthouses. If you are patient, you may be able to observe the "green beam" that appears immediately after sunset. Seeing it promises happiness in love.

The werewolf cemetery

In Mazirbe, there is a memorial place for stones, which is considered a werewolf grave.

Liv House

Mazirbe is the largest Liv village in the Kurzeme coast of the Baltic Sea, the center of Liv cultural and historical territory. It houses the Liv People's House, built in 1939. There is an exposition about Liv history and cultural heritage in the premises.

Serves lighthouse

In 1770 a stone lighthouse was built on the Serves peninsula, which died in the First World War. The current conical monolithic concrete lighthouse was installed in 1960.

Kolka lighthouse

Kolka Lighthouse is the most important lighthouse in Latvia, built on the only (artificial) island of Latvia. It was built in 1884 6 km from the shore of Kolka. The lighthouse tower is made in St. Petersburg and delivered to the island in parts.

Boat cemetery

In the dunes of Mazirbe, in the north-east of the Great Networks barn, old fishing boats were brought together, which were unloaded here in the 1950s and 1960s. The sight of Mazirbe is the only such object on the Latvian coast.

Mazirbe Measuring Stone

One of the modern legends is the Mazirbe metric, which is engraved with the message that after 1710-1711, it was a great place to go. The Mayor's Epidemic on the Dundaga Seashore from Jaunciema to Žocene has left only ten people alive.