Polva County offers a unique blend of natural beauty, vibrant culture and warm and friendly local hospitality. This touristic region in South-Estonia is made of up of six counties, including Polva, Valga, Jogeva, Voru, Tartu, and Viljandi. Polva County has a total land surface area of 2,165 square kilometers and contains 31,002 inhabitants The county is divided into municipalities and is the perfect holiday travel destination for those searching for a bit of peace and tranquility from their Polva County holiday rentals Some of the most interesting sights in Polva County include the Ants' Kingdom in Akste, the spur of the Small Taevaskoja, the Manor of Mooste, and Põlva Peasantry Museum.
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This region is known for its beautiful nature spots, unique landscapes, and wildlife. Some similar locations to enjoy nature and spectacular views include: Northern Alps Chalets and Tåsinge Accommodation. Despite its small size, Polva County has always taken a pride in the active nature of its citizens. Locals and tourists can participate in different athletic activities in Mesikäpa Hall, enjoy the swimming pool in the Sports Centre, or go bowling in Edu centre bowling alley. The attractiveness of the region as a tourism destination is due to its architectural heritage and everyday life based on old historical traditions.
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If you want to visit this beautiful region of South-Estonia, look no further than Polva County holiday rentals, which offer a full range of facilities to suit every need and requirement. Tourists can opt for studios, apartments, condos, mobile homes, and houses to rent. Tourism is a booming industry in the region. Once you get here, you can go camping, cycling, or hiking. Polva County has beautiful sandstone caves, forests, nature parks, and protected landcscape areas. Locals say that each Estonian should visit Taevaskoda (Heaven's Hall) at least once in a lifetime. A trip to this nature reserve passes through a 150-year primeval forest. The Church of Polva, a church dating from the 15th century, is a popular destination for those who want to find out more about the region's history and culture. Tourists can also visit the Manor of Mooste. There is a guesthouse in the former woodwork house and a school operating in the main building. The manor was built in the historicist style. When staying in Polva County holiday lettings, don't miss out on other famous sights such as the primeval valley of the Ahja River and Setu Farmhouse Museum. If history and culture interest you, why not consider renting Leon Holiday Rentals or Granada Apartments and discover the history and culture of two of Spain's most beautiful cities.