A few kilometers to the southeast of Sagadi Manor is Palmse and the visitor center of Lahemaa
National Park. At 72,500 ha, Lahemaa (meaning "land of bays") is one of Europe's largest protected forest areas.
Lahemaa is host to 838 higher plants including 26 rare species, 100 different moss species, 150 species of pileate
mushrooms, more than 50 mammal species including wild boar and elk, and more than 222 different bird species.
The visitor center in Palmse can provide detailed information about the many wonders the park has to offer.
The 18th Century Palmse Manor now functions as a museum and offers tours through the restored mansion.
There is also a wooded park, swan lake and garden within the manor complex. You may also visit an exhibition of
old cars, bikes and coaches.