Vilsandi is the oldest nature protection area in the Baltics, created in 1910, and reorganised as the Vilsandi National Park in 1993.
There are over a hundred islands with lots of birds at the Vilsandi National Park, seals' haul-out sites, fish spawn bays, and various coastal sceneries in the western part of Saaremaa. The biggest and most interesting one is the Vilsandi Island.
The park is located in an area which is geologically, zoologically, and botanically very interesting, and the sea-related cultural heritage is preserved there.
The visitors are asked to begin their National Park tour at the RMK information point at Loona, where there are permanent exhibitions, explanations and maps.
Look at the opening times!