Discover Osmussaar - the brighest moments of summer in Estonian nature

Osmussaar - which was originally named after Odin, the god of the Vikings - is a fascinating place to explore for its history, natural beauty and cliff-lined coast.

Hikes lasting 4 to 5 hours set out from the island's southern harbour during which you pass through sites of natural and historical interest, including the 'crocodile farm' and ancient boulders found nowhere else in the world. Walking along the clifftops, those with good eyes may even spot the fossilised remains of sea life.

Osmussaare Reisid excursions include the boat trip to the island and back from Dirhami harbour and the hike with a guide. You can take a look at the planned hike times on our website.

Features and amenities


Osmussaare/Odensholm küla, Noarootsi vald, Lääne maakond

Getting there

The Arabella awaits you at Dirhami harbour to take you over to the island. Depending on the weather, the trip normally takes around an hour.


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