Nature Tour: Discover Western Estonia and the islands
1. Tallinn Tourist Information Centre → 2. Tallinn Botanic Garden → 3. Tallinn Television Tower → 4. Keila Waterfall → 5. Pakri Landscape Reserve → 6. Nõva Nature Centre's information point → 7. Roosta Beach → 8. Silma nature reserve → 9. Gulf Tagalaht and Promenade Birdwatching Tower in Haapsalu. → 10. Ilon's World of Wonders → 11. Kärdla town on Hiiumaa island → 12. Hiiumaa Tourist Information Centre → 13. Tahkuna Lighthouse → 14. Kõpu lighthouse → 15. Ristna Nature Centre → 16. Vanajõe Valley (Old River Valley) → 17. Sääretirp (Point of the Sääre) → 18. Angla Windmill Mount → 19. Panga Cliff → 20. Odalätsi springs → 21. Harilaiu hiking trails → 22. Loona manor → 23. Viidumäe ecological reserve → 24. Tip of Sõrve → 25. Kuressaare Tourist Information Centre → 26. Kuressaare Episcopal Castle → 27. Kaali field of meteorite craters → 28. RMK Haeska birdwatching tower and recreation area → 29. Matsalu National Park and Penijõe Manor → 30. Matsalu National Park → 31. Nõva RMK Recreation Area and Landscape Protection Area → 32. Estonian Museum of Natural History → 33. Vilsandi National Park
What is the common denominator for Keila Waterfall, the brothers Lionheart, shifting sands and windmills? A fun tour of Läänemaa.
Visit Tallinn Botanical Garden and the TV Tower, enjoy a nature drive along the coast, and find Haapsalu, home to the Wonderland of Ilon Wikland – Astrid Lindgren’s illustrator. From Rohuküla, take a ferry to Hiiumaa with its natural landscapes, lighthouses, and the wool factory. Via Sõru Port, visit Saaremaa to gaze at the Angla windmills, Panga Cliff, Vilsandi National Park and the orchids, and Kaali Meteorite Crater. Back to the mainland via Kuivastu!
Sites along route
For most of the year the Gulf Tagalaht in Haapsalu is an exciting place for birdwatching. There is no need to leave town, simply visit the 15-metre high birdwatching tower on the Promenade. When…
Nõva recreation and protection area on the lowland in the West of Estonia was established to protect the coastal landscapes and plant communities. It encompasses vast bog plains, forest massifs and…