Panga cliff is the highest bedrock outcrop in western Estonia and its islands. Siluri bluff is a long escarpment, which starts on the island of Gotland in Sweden, passes through the Baltic Sea, and rises to the surface on the western coast of Saare County. Its maximum height is 21.3 metres and it runs for about 2.5 km. Panga cliff is situated right on the coast, cropping up like a 'wall', and its highest point used to be an ancient ritual site where people were sacrificed to the sea.
Visitors of the nature reserve can admire a breath-taking sunset, have a picnic, observe birds, take beautiful nature photos, and have fun on the village swing. There is also a dolomite sundial.