SADAMA, Kurkse küla, Lääne-Harju vald, Harju maakond
On the hike, you will learn about the history of the Pakri islands and the culture of the coastal Swedes that used to live there, as well as see nature untouched by humans. We will explore the limestone bluff and visit military sites abandoned by Soviet troops. We will also learn how the current permanent residents live.
The hike is organised for groups of 8–10 or 16–21 people. The client must put together the group themselves. The price includes the boat ride, a guided tour, and a warm lunch on the island.
Good to know: we have guides for the islands of Pakri with a lot of experience. They can introduce the different parts of the islands.
|Maximum number of participants||21|
|Minimum number of participants||8|
When coming from Tallinn, head towards Haapsalu in Keila. On the Keila–Haapsalu highway, turn right to Kurkse after the Padise Monastery. Drive to the Harju–Risti intersection and head to the village (follow the sign for pedestrians and a speed limit of 40 km/h) and drive to the end of the road to the iron gates. Parking behind the fence is free, but you have to pay to park in the harbour area (cash only).