There’s an old saying that Prangli is located behind God’s back. Situated between Finland and Estonia, during Soviet times, even at the border of the Iron Curtain, the island has retained its local dialect, traditions and the culture of coastal people. Prangli is a rather tiny place, yet it has surprisingly diverse and untouched nature. With each year, the mysterious, timeless aura and unique fishing villages of Prangli delight more and more Estonians and tourists who are visiting Tallinn.
- Come for a summertime visit!
Active tourism season on Prangli begins in May and ends in September Most visits to the island are day trips – undoubtedly the most convenient and meaningful way for visiting the place, offered to Estonians and foreigners alike. Prangli island day trips take place 3–4 times per week, the groups depart from Tallinn or Leppneeme harbour. These are fully guided day trips (incl. transport, pickup truck excursion, catering) which are led by a local guide and meant for everyone interested in this Estonian island, regardless of their age or nationality.