|Area :||172.18 km²|
|Residents :||1,691 (2017)|
|Population density :||10 inhabitants per km²|
|Time zone :||EET (UTC + 2)|
|Community type:||former rural community|
Lasva (German: Eichhof ) is a former rural community in the Estonian district of Võru with an area of 172.18 km². It had 1691 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017). Lasva has been part of the Võru rural municipality since 2017 .
Lasva is 13 km east of Võru . In addition to the main town Lasva, the rural community included the villages Andsumäe, Hellekunnu, Husari, Kaku, Kannu, Kõrgessaare, Kääpa, Kühmamäe, Lauga, Lehemetsa, Listaku, Madala, Mõrgi, Mäessaare, Noodaskikuõla, Nova, Peraküu, Paidra, Oleski, , Pikasilla, Pindi, Puusepa, Pässä, Rusima, Saaremaa, Sooküla, Tammsaare, Tiri, Tohkri, Tsolgo, Tüütsmäe, Villa and Voki-Tamme.
The landscape, rich in forests and lakes, is ideal for canoeing and hiking. The remains of the estate of Pindi (German: Bentenhof ) founded in the 16th century are historically interesting . Above all, a baroque storage building that was built at the end of the 18th century has been preserved.
- Lasva Municipality website (Estonian)