Estonia boasts a lengthy coastline that connects to the neighbouring Baltics States. You can even take a 9,000-kilometre coastal route to or from Estonia around the circumference of the Baltic Sea – through a total of nine countries passing by stunning beaches, cliffs, woodlands and fishing villages along with cultural hotspots like Tallinn and Helsinki.
One of the more popular coastal hiking routes in Estonia will see the most part of the western coast of Estonia from Pärnu to Tallinn, including Estonia's most popular resort cities Pärnu and Haapsalu. Along the way you will pass bays, cape horns, fishermen's villages and overgrown meadows. In the northern part you will find Pakri cliffs, where you will see some of the most beautiful scenery in the area, including sandy beaches and dolomite outcrops. In addition to natural heritage, you also pass by the Soviet military heritage in Paldiski.