Matsalu national park and the West Estonian islands.

Section 63. Saaremaa, Muhu and Ruhnu Islands.

SEE Worth seeing

Üügu Precipice.

The most beautiful precipice on Muhu Island.

The Muhu Catherine Church.

One of the most significant early Gothic style buildings in Estonia.

Koguva Fisherman’s Village.

A wellpreserved historic fisherman’s village.

Maasi Order Castle Ruins.

The seaside castle ruins date back to 1345.

Saaremaa Warfare Museum.

A unique exhibition on the history of war in the 20th century.

Koigi Marsh Learning Pathway, 4.8 km.
The largest bog in Saare County has a 4.8 km trail perfect for hiking. The footpath is covered in wood chips, and the wooden boardwalk passes through the bog around Lake Pikkjärv. You will find a lovely observation platform where you can relax and have a small picnic. There is also a 9 m observation tower overlooking the picturesque bog. In autumn, you can pick cranberries next to the trail. Good to know: it is said that Lake Naistejärv (Women's Lake) is made up of women's tears, including those of Piret, the wife of Suur Tõll. Lake Koigi, however, is said to be located in the place where the owners of Kareda and Koigi Manor argued. Additionally, the whole manor is supposedly at the bottom of the lake.  
Angla Windmill Hill

Four Saaremaa wooden windmills. One is a Dutch style windmill. Cultural heritage centre workshops.

Kaali Meteorite Crater Territory and Museum.

Kaali Lake is the main crater, 110 meters in diameter, formed during the fall of an enormous meteorite; there are also eight smaller craters.

Panga Precipice.

The 21 meter high limestone precipice offers the most beautiful sunsets in western Estonia.

The Sculptures Old Lady and Old Man made from windmills.

The mystical heroes of Saaremaa, Piret and Suur Tõll dressed in Mustjala national costumes.

Ninase Precipice and Sightseeing Tower.

Pebbles with holes “carved” by the sea, thousands of years old fossils, beautiful scenery.

Karujärv Lake and Beach.

The most beautiful lake on Saaremaa.

Mihkli Farmstead-Museum.

A preserved complex of buildings and work tools.

Kiipsaare Lighthouse and Harilaiu Peninsula Hiking Trails, 6 or 11 km.

Seaside nature and a lovely leaning lighthouse.

Vilsandi National Park Centre.
Vilsandi is the oldest nature protection area in the Baltics, created in 1910 and reorganised as the Vilsandi National Park in 1993. At Vilsandi National Park there are over a hundred islands with lots of birds, seals' haul-out sites, fish spawn bays, and various coastal sceneries in the western part of Saaremaa. The biggest and most interesting one is Vilsandi Island. The park is located in an area which is geologically, zoologically, and botanically very interesting, and the sea-related cultural heritage there is well preserved .  Visitors are asked to begin their National Park tour at the RMK information point at Loona, where there are permanent exhibitions, explanations, and maps. Take a look at the opening times!
Saaremaa Lime Park (Saaremaa Lubjapark).

70 to 90 year-old lime ovens and a learning pathway.

Sõrve Visitor Centre.

An exhibition about the history of sea shipping and lighthouses.

Ruhnu St. Magdalene Church.

The oldest wooden building in Estonia built in 1643 on Ruhnu Island.

Ruhnu Lighthouse.

Engineer Eiffel designed this unique lighthouse on Ruhnu Island.