Beachlife and swimming is very popular especially in the summer when many people migrate to Pärnu, the summer capital of Estonia or to smaller resorts on the north and west coasts. The sea is generally very shallow and ideal for families traveling with children.
If you fancy something more active then try sailing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, wakeboarding or jetski racing - in addition to tips and equipment rental, most service providers have personal instructors and you can participate in their courses.
Estonian rivers offer plenty of canoeing opportunities and it is popular to canoe in one of Estonia’s five national parks or around the islands. Dress up warm, take food and drinks with you and enjoy your day in the wild nature:the river will guide you and if want to spot a few of our rare birds or animals, then you must take it slow and calmly.
It is estimated that over 40,000 boats have sunk in Estonian waters over the centuries, so Estonia is great for a diving holiday.