Location

COC Academy 2017 will take place at the west coast of Estonia

 

Estonia is an amazing place of natural beauty and steeped in colourful history.

Geographically, Estonia is on the north-eastern edge of the European Union, bordering Russia and Latvia, Finland is a short hop across the sea – just 80km away. Estonia is in the Schengen Area so we have open borders with the rest of Europe. The Estonian language is a nightmare to learn, but everyone in tourism speaks good English and often German, Finnish, Russian and Swedish too!
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse – deserted beaches, deep forests, crystal clear lakes and rivers, mysterious swamps and rich flora and fauna are just some of the treasures awaiting you. The different feel of the four seasons presents the country in a new light, making nature tourism an exciting prospect at any time of year. Estonia’s landscapes are as diverse as the birds and animals that call them home.
The weather in Estonia is largely dictated by its closeness to the Baltic sea. Light rain can fall in spring and autumn so bring an umbrella and waterproof jacket. In winter the rain turns to snow when the temperature drops below zero (ideal skiing weather, great for sledging and building snowmen too!) – so wrap up warm!
RoostaRoosta Holiday Village is just few hundred meters from a beautiful seashore.  The western coast is  dotted with small lakes and thickets of reeds – tens of thousands of birds touch down here on their spring migration. You can wander along beautiful beaches  and enjoy the beautiful sounds of the nature which spring can offer.

 

 

Estonia is an amazing place of natural beauty and steeped in colourful history.
Geographically, Estonia is on the north-eastern edge of the European Union, bordering Russia and Latvia, Finland is a short hop across the sea – just 80km away. Estonia is in the Schengen Area so we have open borders with the rest of Europe. The Estonian language is a nightmare to learn, but everyone in tourism speaks good English and often German, Finnish, Russian and Swedish too!
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse – deserted beaches, deep forests, crystal clear lakes and rivers, mysterious swamps and rich flora and fauna are just some of the treasures awaiting you. The different feel of the four seasons presents the country in a new light, making nature tourism an exciting prospect at any time of year. Estonia’s landscapes are as diverse as the birds and animals that call them home.
The weather in Estonia is largely dictated by its closeness to the Baltic sea. Light rain can fall in spring and autumn so bring an umbrella and waterproof jacket. In winter the rain turns to snow when the temperature drops below zero (ideal skiing weather, great for sledging and building snowmen too!) – so wrap up warm!