Vilsandi National Park covers a number of islands, islets and boulders. The most outlying are surrounded by a 200 metre protection zone stretching towards the open sea. The Vilsandi National Park comprises around 100 small islands, islets and boulders with a total area of 12.9 km².
Vilsandi is the oldest nature protection area in the Baltics, which was reorganised as the Vilsandi National Park in 1993.
Together with the surrounding sea, the Vilsandi National Park amounts to 106.9 km².
The biggest and highest island in the national park is 6 km long and 2 km wide
The whole park is amazing and a good area for a hike. The most scenic part however where you also can enjoy most an 'end of the world'-feeling is Harilaid peninsula. this part can only be reached...
This really isn't a review about the park because we didn't get there. The water arises so that the road is below the water. Still I liked a lot to even to see the atmosphere. I recommend a local...
Though I'm not a great fan of national parks, I did find my day at the Vilsandi National Park very interesting and relaxing. We had a good local guide who could point out the different types of...