The map contains information about nature and cultural heritage as well as tourism and nature education possibilities. Location of sites and tourist services.
Kemeri National Park is a national park west of the city of Jurmala, Latvia. Established in 1997, Kemeri is the third largest national park in the country by area, covering an area of 381.65 km². The territory of the park is mostly occupied by forests and mires, the most significant of them being The Great Kemeri Bog. There are also several lakes, that are former lagoons of the Littorina Sea. Lake Kanieris is a Ramsar site. The park also protects the famous natural mineral-springs and muds, used for centuries because of their therapeutic nature. The springs led to development of many resorts, spas, and sanitariums in the 19th century.ISBN: 9789984077482