Source: Kaspar Orasmäe
Estonia's 3000-kilometre coastline welcomes visitors to ports, islands and to paddle across rivers and lakes. There are many options for adventure and adrenaline lovers and also for more relaxing leisure.
Some of the fantastic water activities in Estonia include: sea tours on historical ships for those looking for something relaxed yet memorable, kayaking and canoeing for those who like to discover on the go, and of course there’s windsurfing if you are looking to jump right in.
If you are into sports and competition, Võhandu Marathon will test your endurance. In one day you have to cross 100 kilometres of interesting and at times extreme river. It's an awe-inspiring challenge for all canoeing friends.
These islands are quiet places for hiking, camping and enjoying seafood delicacies this summer.
History of seafaring and coastal culture has left Estonia with a wealth of historical ships and wrecks to be explored.