Address: Kihelkonna vald, Saare maakond | Show on map
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Harilaid has an infrequent, elongated trapeze shape with waved boundary lines, extending from South-East to North-West. It is a low plain, the highest point of which in the northeasterly part does not exceed 5 m. The area of the peninsula is 3.62 km². The most northeasterly point of Harilaid is named Kiipsaare and the opposite southeasterly point is Kelba. The Flora of the peninsula represents 261 species of flowering plants and vascular cryptogams.
Interesting to know: Harilaid arose from the sea as an island 1000-2000 years ago. There is a lighthouse on the northeasterly point on Kiipsaare cape.

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