The Estonian cliffed coast is undoubtedly unique. The meeting places of stone and sea are like outdoor geology classes, where rock layers, which are millions of years old, are easily within reach. Visitors to the Saka cliff can also see the Kivisilla, i.e. Saka Waterfall, which, at its 22.8-metre height, is the second tallest in Estonia, right after the Valaste Waterfall (30 metres). During high waters, this is a mandatory sight for nature lovers. In summer, however, it is a perfect place for a secluded beach holiday.