The Staldzene Bluff (Staldzenes stāvkrasts) is an excellent walking and swimming area with hidden historical heritage. It is exactly where the Staldzene deposit was found – a set of bronze scraps made around the 7th century BC. The finding includes jewellery and antiques, as well as many modified items as a proof of the everyday life of people of these times, and the available metal processing techniques and approaches in the Bronze Age. It is believed that the deposit, once buried in the sand of dunes, is the remains of a wrecked Norsemen ship. It is currently exhibited at the Ventspils Museum.