Welcome to the Jurmala hotel “Lielupe” located in a cosy township of Bulduri, just steps away from the beach and 20 km from downtown Riga. Here, in “Lielupe”, you will be able to unwind from the hectic pace enjoying the sea breeze blended with the smell of pine woods.
This is also a place to handle business in a quiet and relaxed atmosphere.
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20 km from the downtown Riga
15 km from the Riga International Airport
1,5 km from Water amusement park “Livu”
0,5 km from the railway terminal “Bulduri”
0,2 km from the beach
Bulduru Avenue 64/68
Jurmala LV 2010 Latvia
Phone: +371 67 752 755
Fax: +371 67 752 694
The Baltic resort town Jurmala is located 20 km from the Latvian capital Riga on the Riga gulf.
Jurmala is well-known for its perfect health service and is extremely popular with holiday-markets.
It is famous for its natural curative features – mild sea climate, sea air, vast pine woods, curative muds and different mineral waters.
The territory of Jurmala covers a narrow peninsula (about 40 km), wasted from one side by the Riga Bay and the other side girded by the Lielupe River.
The resort is attractive by its golden sandy 30 km long beach, vast pine forest and the town’s natural border – the Lielupe River.
Jurmala has a long history. Separate parts of Jurmala – Sloka was founded in the 13h century, the first written mention of the districts – Dubulti and Melluzi goes back to the 16th and 17th century.
Officially Jurmala as a resort was founded in 1838.
Wooden summer cottages richly decorated with wooden carvings built in the beginning of this century successfully co-exist with modern buildings.
Active holiday-makers in Jurmala can spend their time on the tennis courts in Sport and Fitness halls, Water amusement Park, play beach volleyball, try yachts or water motorcycles.
It is worth mentioning that Jurmala is pleasing in winter as well.
The change of strolling along the seashore on a sunny winter day attracts thousands of visitors. The showed up woods and the dunes make attract tourists being fond of skiing and tobogganing.