Exploring Naissaar Island with a virtual guide

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Naissaar is the largest (18 km2) forest-covered island in northern Estonia in the Gulf of Finland, 10 km north of Tallinn. Over the last 300 years, different governments have built forts on the eastern and western side of the island of Naissaar and the inhabitants of the fishing villages have had to leave.
Nowadays, Naissaar is known primarily for its beautiful sandy beaches, hiking trails, military heritage, and the Nargenfestiv Festival taking place in the summer. In the summer, you can regularly get from Tallinn to Naissaar from Kalasadam Harbour.

Attention! Be sure to download the virtual guide before you go on the island.

Sites along route
  • 1

    Starting point

    Naissaare Harbour

    Marinas

    Sadama, Lõunaküla / Storbyn, Viimsi vald, Harju maakond 74022

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  • 2
    St. Mary's Church on Naissaare

    Churches

    Tagaküla / Bakbyn, Viimsi vald, Harju maakond 74023

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  • 3
    Naissaar Lighthouse

    Lighthouses

    NAISSAARE TULETORN 320, Tagaküla / Bakbyn, Viimsi vald, Harju maakond 74023

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  • 4
    The Naissaar Island southern trail, 12 km

    Hiking Trails

    Looduse, Lõunaküla / Storbyn, Viimsi vald, Harju maakond 74022

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  • 5
    Central hiking trail on the Island of Naissaar

    Hiking Trails

    Lõunaküla / Storbyn, Viimsi vald, Harju maakond 74022

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Times and prices
Open all year round

24 hours

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Getting there
Access
  • On foot only
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