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Park has the status of a European protected nature area Natura 2000. Seashore with fine, white sand, dunes and pine forest attracts visitors during the winter to enjoy walking through the forest trails, to sweep down the hill with sleigh or to ski through the forested dune trails and paths. In summer one can enjoy sunbathing on the wide beach and swimming in the sea.

The park includes Latvia`s highest dune – 37 m high Pūsēnu Hill.

Border sign “Green beam” is installed in the park at the Cape in Bernāti, it marks the westernmost land part of Latvia. Sign symbolizes sun motive and is a part of four granite sculptures each of that placed in the most distanced land parts of Latvia.

In the summer 2013 sculptures made by a wood sculptor Alvis Vitrups were installed in the nature park – their design was based on a tale’s motifs called “How colors have appeared on a South Kurzeme folk costume”.

The memorial stone in honor of the first President of the Republic of Latvia Jānis Čakste was set atop a high dune where on September 27, 1924 he told a significant phrase “There should be a resort here!”, afterwards laying the foundation stone of the Bernāti resort. During the summer 2013 this memorial site has been landscaped – a comfortable staircase with two viewing platforms and benches were installed.