After crossing the bridge from Muhu, stop by Koigi Bog. The bog lakes are perfect for SUP fans. One of the bog's smallest lakes is called Lake Naistejärv (Women's Lake) is made up of women's tears, including those of Piret, the wife of Suur Tõll, Saaremaa's legendary giant hero.
Kaali Crater is also a site of legends. Approximately 7,500 years ago, a meteorite fell in the center of Saaremaa, causing enormous damage to local flora and fauna. The meteorite caused destruction comparable to the explosion of a small atomic bomb, so you can only imagine what the population of Saaremaa would have thought, having no scientific explanation for the massive light in the sky. The crater, 110 meters in diameter and 22 meters deep, eventually became a lake. Lake Kaali was surrounded by a massive stone wall, near which a large number of bones of domestic animals were found, indicating that it was a sacrificial site.