2. novembris 19:00 - 21:00
LMT filma "Tur" Mērsraga Tautas namā - 2.novembrī
4. novembris 16:44 - 31. decembris 16:44
Decembris Mērsraga Tautas namā
17. novembris 16:30 - 17:30
Atbalsti mūsu iniciatīvu 17.novembra dienā pirms svētku koncerta!
17. novembris 18:00 - 20:00
17.novembra koncerts - "Manas Latvijas stāsts"
The trail is one of the Baltic Coastal Hiking route stretches – Mērsrags-Engure (Day 19). The key characteristic feature of this trail is true nature diversity. Hiking this trail, you will wonder how different is the coast of the Gulf of Riga. The suggested starting point is the Fairytail Hill on the border of Mērsrags town which is situated in the forest just along the beach, near the windmills. The route continues in the direction of Bērzciems Village, where you can observe seagrass meadows with lagoons rich in reeds, rushes and other maritime plants, gray dunes with a wide variety of plant species, pebbles and stony beaches. Bērzciems surroundings is particularly distinctive with wide seagrass meadows and sandbanks stretching far in the sea, especially popular among birds. The overgrown sea coast stretches up to Abragciems Village, but further on continues with a sandy beach with pebbles up to Engure town. The route is suitable for active hikers, the total time required is about 5 h. The route is marked (except for the beach line) – follow the Baltic Coastal Hiking marking (white-blue-white flag or arrow or Jūrtaka stickers in urban area of Bērzciems Village). It's impossible to get lost – in case of doubts just follow the route along the coast in the direction of Engure. The marking is mainly to be used when there is a need to get off the coast to pass some obstacle - overgrown seagrass meadows etc. There are several resting areas along the route, guest houses, campings, cafes. In the urban area of the villages – also food shops. As this is a one-way route, it is suggested to previously plan your way back or your way to further destination (there's a parking lot at the Engure port). Public bus is available. More info on Baltic Coastal Hiking: www.coastalhiking.eu.