About forty kilometres south of Narva lies a small town called Kuremae and here the Nazis in the autumn of 1943 established a satellite camp subordinated to Vaivara. The camp was sometimes called Iluka because it is located in an area called Iluka. The prisoners were Jews who came via Vaivara from liquidated ghettos in Lithuania and Latvia. They were used as slave laborers in war-producing industries or to build defense facilities. In the summer of 1944, SS began evacuating and demolishing the camp as the Soviet Red Army approached. As with other camps in north-eastern Estonia, the prisoners were evacuated westward to other camps.

Current status: Demolished with monument (2011).

Location: 59°12' 20.14" N 27°31' 45.58" E

Get there: Car.

My comment:

There were a large number of similar camps in especially northern and northeastern Estonia and of these there is nothing left, either they were demolished by the Nazis or destroyed by the communists after the war. At some of the sites, monuments were set up either by the communist authorities or on private local initiatives. Somewhere around 2005, in a few of these places, new monuments were erected next to existing old monuments. The reason why monuments were not established at all sites is because there was a concern that there would simply be too many monuments within a limited geographical area and thus become a normality in this area. 

Follow up in books: Kogon, Eugen: The Theory and Practice of Hell: The German Concentration Camps and the System Behind Them (2006).