Suarõ Ninä (nose of the island) is a historical place name for the western shore of the island. This was a landing place for Linaküla fishermen. They used to come here because it was a good place for removing caught fish from nets and for drying and fixing the nets.
Nowadays, Suarõ Ninä is a popular destination for walks in the sunset. It is also a popular swimming place and locals celebrate Midsummer Day there.
There are campfire sites and areas for sports, as well as a party site for the guests of Linaküla Beach Camping.