The Baltic nation of Latvia is home to several protected areas, which receive protection because of their environmental, cultural or similar value.
The total area of Latvia’s protected terrestrial territories is 11,726 km2 (4,527 sq mi), which amounts to approximately 18.18 % of the country’s territory. In addition 4,631 km2 (1,788 sq mi) of marine area protected, or 16.04 % of the country’s territorial waters. Total number of protected areas — 1118.  In Latvia there are 4 Strict Nature Reserves, 4 National Parks, 261 Managed Nature Reserves, 325 Natural Monuments, 6 Ramsar sites and 9 Protected Landscape. 
In Latvia there are 294 Managed Nature Reserves.
In Latvia there are 6 Ramsar Sites. 
In Latvia there are 9 Protected Landscapes.