Kabli is a village in Estonia. It is located on the coast of the Gulf of Riga, in Pärnu County and is part of the Häademeeste Municipality. There is a popular beach here. The city is located on the shores of the Gulf of Riga at the mouth of the Kabli stream.

Kabli has a school, post office and bird watching station. It also houses the Kabli Community Center and Library.

The birdwatching station laid the foundation for the Kablinsky nature reserve, created in 1991, later organized as a nature reserve (Kablinsky nature reserve). The Kabli study trail is located in the nature reserve.

On the territory of the village is Cape Lepanina.

The village is home to the Rieder farm, several of which have been listed as cultural monuments.

The village runs through the Ikla beach forest.



Jacob Markson Museum. The museum depicts the life of the famous sea captain Jacob Marx.