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Цель: построить инфраструктуру и пляжное здание в районе Каукси. Проект, инициированный волостной управой Алутагузе, был профинансирован Государственным центром вспомогательных услуг (Riigi Tugiteenuste Keskus, RTK) в рамках Программы повышения конкурентоспособности регионов (проект № 2014-2020.5.04.17-0232 «Строительство пляжного променада Каукси»).

Результат: реализация проекта позволила создать на северном побережье Чудского озера дополнительную точку притяжения для туристов. Это позволит предлагать новые услуги и повысить привлекательность региона для круглогодичного посещения.

Общая стоимость проекта составила 1 454 318 евро. Проект был завершен в соответствии с планом к 30 ноября 2021 года.


Kauksi beach is a picturesque place right by one of Europe’s biggest lakes, Lake Peipus. It is also here that you’ll find Estonia’s longest sandy beach. Breath-taking lake views, hot sand, and a pine forest offering refreshing shade on a sunny day make Kauksi an attractive resort, which is well known and much loved among locals.

In 2021, Kauksi Beach Centre, designed by KAOS architects Toomas Adrikorn and Margit Aule, was opened. A spacious L-shaped building offers views over Lake Peipus and is meant to cater for beach visitors. Sure enough, it is also a unique place to come and hide from the autumn winds. You are always welcome here!



Tasulised parkimisalad on:

Parkimistasu määr ühe mootorsõiduki parkimise eest 3 eurot päevas ja kuupilet 30 eurot. Kuupiletit saab osta Alutaguse Vallavalitsuse kontoritest.



It is possible to rent Kauksi Beach Centre for seminars and company events, as well as private parties. The building fits 50 people. A spacious room with views over Lake Peipus can be set according to your event’s needs. The building is equipped with a projector, screen, blackboard, speakers, electrical window covers and a large TV. There are also chairs and both round and square tables for four included in the room rental price. There is also a sauna on the first floor of Kauksi Beach Centre. See special offers for partners here.

In addition to the large spacious room, Kauksi Beach Centre also has private offices that can be used for working remotely and they form a scenic environment located right by Estonia’s biggest lake. There is no need to worry about an internet connection – the building is supplied with an optical cable, which ensures Kauksi Beach Centre has one of the fastest and most stable internet connections in the whole municipality.


The building is equipped with an excellent, restaurant-level kitchen and a bar. It is possible to order catering for your events. For further inquiries, please contact us.


It is possible to rent bicycles from Kauksi Beach Centre. The wide selection includes both regular bikes, as well as fatbikes with large tyres, which make it especially easy and comfortable to roam the sandy beach of Lake Peipus. For those travelling with children and wishing to explore some of the many nearby hiking trails, there are also bikes with baskets, as well as child seats and, of course, helmets. For further information regarding bicycle rent, please send an e-mail to or call +372 5264 222 or +372 5552 2732.


Kauksi Beach Centre is located in an extraordinary place. It is surrounded by pine forest with many hiking trails close by. The forest is wonderful for bike rides, walks regardless of the weather, and for picking blueberries along the way. Along the shore of Lake Peipus, on the Kauksi sand dunes and underneath the pine trees, there is a roughly one-kilometre-long boardwalk, which is enriched with seating areas and viewing platforms.

On the beach promenade, there are children’s playgrounds, two volleyball courts, a street basketball court, an outdoor gym with 16 pieces of equipment, and a sheltered picnic area, which is often used as a stage for outdoor concerts during the summertime. Therefore, it is quite easy to enjoy romantic open-air concerts and live music accompanied by lake views here. It is especially lovely during the Night of Ancient Lights or on Midsummer’s Day.

In addition, the promenade has beach chairs, benches, dressing cabins, toilets, and an outdoor shower, which are meant for everyone who is enjoying the beach fun. During the summer season, there is also a pop-up café on the terrace of Kauksi Beach Centre.

The construction of Kauksi Beach Centre and the beach promenade was funded by the European Regional Development Fund.