Neringa municipality is located on the Curonian (Kuršių) Spit – a narrow peninsula, separating the Curonian (Kuršių) Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. It is the longest (about 50 km) and the most western town of Lithuania.
Climbing up the Parnidis dune on the southern side of the Nida settlement you will visit the White Dune habitat.
The Parnidis Dune, rising to a height of 53 meters, is adorned with a sundial - calendar.
Gray dunes (more commonly referred to as Dead Dunes) are dunes that run across the Nagliai Nature Reserve on the Curonian Spit, between Pervalka and Juodkrantė.
Curonian Spit – sandy beaches, white dunes and beautiful nature
An idyllic bay in the northern part of Juodkrantė.
Between Preila and Nida, the highest point of the Curonian Spit lies in the Karvaičiai Reserve.
Nagliai Nature Reserve covers an area of 1680 ha. It stretches from Juodkrante to Pervalka for nine kilometers.
Avikalnis is located in the territory of Juodkrantė Landscape Reserve.
Most of the sculptures on the Witches Hill are located around the picturesque Tannental Valley
The Juodkrantė brick embankment combines the magnificent beauty of the Curonian Spit's waterscape with man-made art.
This valley lies between Parnidis and Gliders dunes.
Nida is famous for its special tranquility and attracts a group of its long-time travelers every year.
The Dendrological Trail in Juodkrante Old Town is equipped with an impressive sound trap that resembles a megaphone