Narva-Jõesuu (Estonian pronunciation: [ˈnɑrˈʋɑ-ˈjɤeˈsuː]; Russian: Усть-Нарва, Ust'-Narva; German: Hungerburg) is a town in Ida-Viru County, in north-eastern Estonia. It is located on the country's northern Baltic coast and the Gulf of Finland. The town's name in Estonian and Russian means "Mouth of the Narva", the river which forms the border with Russia.
Thanks to its eight-kilometre-long white sand beach lined with pine trees – one of the best in Estonia – Narva-Jõesuu has long been a popular summer destination. In the late 19th and early 20th century it was a spa town frequented by the nobility from Saint Petersburg, which is less than 150 km (93 mi) to the east, and from Moscow. During the Soviet period it was visited in large numbers by residents of the renamed Leningrad, particularly the Russian intelligentsia, many of whom have bought dachas (summer houses) in Narva-Jõesuu or on the outskirts.
In the first ten to fifteen years after the restoration of Estonia's independence Narva-Jõesuu saw few visitors, with a large number of hotels and guest houses closing their doors and going out of business. In the last few years its resort facilities have been renovated and the number of tourists is rising, however, the number of hotels is still considerably lower in comparison to the late 1980s.
Near Narva-Jõesuu, 2 km (1.2 mi) southwest from the town border lies the Narva-Jõesuu nudist beach, the only official nudist beach in Estonia.