Without a doubt, Pirita’s star attraction is its 3km-long, white sand beach. All the usual tanning, flirting, volleyball and other activity you’d find at any beach in the world you’ll find here too. But Pirita’s beach also has an extensive park that fills the area between the highway and the beach itself. This densely forested area is criss-crossed by paved trails (perfect for biking and roller-skating), and dotted with benches and children’s playgrounds. On the south end of the beach, you can play mini-golf, and sometimes find a couple carnival-type activities. The Beach House itself is home to a bowling alley and a bar. Beach season officially starts on June 1st, however, on warmer days in May you can still find locals getting a head-start on their sun-tans even though the water temps are usually too cold for 'normal' people to swim in. To get here take bus No 1, 1A, 8, 34A, or 38 from the underground Viru Centre bus terminal. Get off at the Pirita stop, which is the first one after you cross the river.