Salacgrīva Yacht Port

The Port of Salacgrīva is the farthest northern port in Latvia - it is located on the NE edge of the Gulf of Rīga at the mouth of the Salaca River, 100 km north of Rīga and 13 km south of the Latvian-Estonian border.
Old stories swirl around this port, because port was mentioned in 1368 as the port of the Archbishop of Livonia. More recent stories, are about the Salacgrīva marina - since the end of the last century it has been located on the right bank of the Salaca River, clearly visible when crossing the Salaca River Bridge and the beautiful Salaca estuary with its various yacht profiles.

! For long-term use of the dock, the owner of the watercraft must conclude an agreement with the Salacgrīva Port Authority.
! The agreement for use of the berth can be consulted at  Here . The registration documents of the watercraft must be submitted at the time of conclusion of the contract.
Ostas iela 6, Salacgrīva
lat: 57.756275; lon: 24.357604


Boat trip on the sea

Address:Ostas iela, Salacgrīva
Phone:+371 29239481
The boat is perfect for small trips with friends and family at sea and on the Salaca River - up to 6 people will be comfortable. read more ››

Hiking route "Between two ports"

Address:Ostas iela, Salacgrīva
Phone:+371 26463025
The hiking route will take you on a short hike, during which you will have the opportunity to see beautiful, photography-worthy natural landscapes! read more ››

Salacgrīva Lighthouse

Address:Ostas iela, Salacgrīva
Salacgrīva Lighthouse is located on the right bank of the Salaca River - a square white tower with a red lantern at the end. Today the lighthouse is no longer in operation. read more ››

Wall panel "Lighthouses of Latvia"

Address:Ostas iela 1A, Salacgrīva
"The Lighthouse of Latvia" wall panno is on display in the foyer of the Brīvais Vilnis fish factory. read more ››

Fish factory "Brīvais vilnis"

Address: Ostas iela 1, Salacgrīva
Phone:371 64000210
"Brīvais vilnis" is one of the leading canned fish producers in the Baltics. read more ››
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