The tip of Juminda Peninsula, i.e. Cape Juminda, located on the northern coast between the Gulf of Kolga and the Gulf of Hara, is an interesting one as the spit of the cape continues under the sea water as a chain of large stones that even move in case of larger waves. The water does not go deep very fast directly from the tip. It is possible to almost reach the sea by car.
Today, you can see a memorial in the tip of the cape that has been established in memory of the ships and people who perished in the Battle of Juminda in World War Two.
The memorial consists of empty mines.
Interesting to know: The Juminda camping site with bonfire spots is close by, as is the Juminda Lighthouse.