X
Latvia.travel mobile app. Your official guide for travelling in Latvia.
Download

You are here

Latvia looks to ecotourism for 'green shoots' of recovery

Latvia's Cape Kolka, already a popular destination spot, could become a showcase for the country's ambition to become a leader in "green" tourism, the Earth Times ewports referring to a news agency DPA.

Latvia's Cape Kolka, already a popular destination spot, could become a showcase for the country's ambition to become a leader in "green" tourism, the Earth Times ewports referring to a news agency DPA.

Every year, the cape and the surrounding Slitere National Park draw thousands of travelers. They come to the area - some 200 kilometers from the capital Riga - in hopes of catching a glimpse of the strange "cross-wave" formations that are created where the Baltic Sea meets the Gulf of Riga.

For full article please click here.

Related news
An EU-funded Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) project is working to position and promote three regions from Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus as one tourism destination joined by the Dvina River.
Challenging a bit the classical idea of beauty, Latvia has been chosen as the world’s most beautiful country by an online competition released last month by First Choice.
The capital of Latvia, Riga has quickly turned out to be one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country itself.
According to recently released data from the Central Statistics Bureau (CSB) Q1 hotel stays in Latvia grew by 5.9%. Foreign visitors increased by some 9.3%, while Latvian guests grew slightly less...