Kaluriküla Kalaturg (Fish Market)

The fish market which focuses on continuing the fish eating tradition in Pärnu and to invite you to enjoy our fish eating experience.

The location of Pärnu offered a good opportunity for fishing in the Middle Ages. Due to the fasting standards of the church, the fish had an important place in the diet of the inhabitants of Pärnu. One of the most appreciated fish in the local waters was ide. Ide fishing in the estuary and in the river Reiu was a priority for the Livonian Order’s Pärnu Command. Baltic herring was frequent in the diet of local inhabitants. Let’s continue with fish eating traditions in Pärnu.


The Fish Market is a new series of events of Fishing Village with what we want to bring a lot of healthy and tasty fish on people´s diet. Guest chefs who prepare delicious dishes from different seafood will visit the events. Of course our own smoked fish is there as well.

The main goal of the event is to invite you to visit us and to enjoy the tastes of fish. Good wine, delicious fish dishes, snacks, nice company and good music is guaranteed.



Pärnu asukoht pakkus hea võimaluse kalastuseks juba keskajal. Kiriku paastunormide tõttu oli kala pärnulaste toidulaual tähtsal kohal. Kohalike vete üks hinnatuim kala oli säinas. Säinapüük jõesuudmes ja Reiu jões oli Liivimaa ordu Pärnu komtuuri eesõigus. Lihtrahva laual oli sagedane räim.

Jätkame siis kalasöömise traditsioonidega Pärnus.


Kalaturu näol on tegemist Kaluriküla uue üritustesarjaga, millega soovime tuua laudadele rohkelt tervislikku ja maitsvat kala. Üritusi hakkavad külastama külaliskokad, kes valmistavad meelepäraseid roogasid erinevatest mereandidest. Omal kohal on loomulikult meie enda suitsukala ja kaasagi saab osta natukene head ja paremat.


Ürituse peamine eesmärk on kutsuda teid meie juurde nautima maitseelamusi kalast. Hea vein, maitsvad kalaroad, snäkid, mõnus seltskond ja hea muusika. 

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