In addition to enjoying unspoilt nature and tranquillity, Hiiumaa offers plenty of opportunities to get involved in activities, be it hobbies, sailing, entertainment, sports, crafts or cultural events. If you last visited Hiiumaa several years ago, a lot of new things have been built in the meantime, but everything old and good is still there: the lighthouses, the sunny sandy beaches, the shimmering sea and the friendly people of Hiiumaa.
In Kärdla, a new sports centre with a tennis hall and ballroom has been opened, along with a skate park with conference rooms and a hostel, while in Käina, an entertainment centre, the Wind Tower, and a go-karting track have been built. Throughout the island, there is a wealth of playgrounds, cycle paths, 324 kilometres of hiking trails, bathing areas and small beaches. The wind tower has the highest indoor climbing wall in the Baltics, and the Käina Sports Centre with swimming pool, saunas and gym is in the same building.
The seashores and forests of Hiiumaa offer adventures and experiences all year round. You can go fishing with a local fisherman, pick blueberries, ride horses or learn to surf and ice sail. On the Hiiumaa.ee page you will find information about all the opportunities Hiiumaa has to offer.
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The sailing ship Lisette offers voyages in the waters of Hiiumaa because the surrounding water bodies are exciting and diverse and hide stories of ships, sailors, winds, and storms in them.
The local ports are welcoming and safe, and the islets and the sea offer lots to discover.
Once we reach Kärdla Bay, we will hoist the sails together, and participants can try steering the ship and keeping it on track. We will share stories from the times when men were made of iron and ships were made of wood.
Guests will enjoy their first marine experience during a two- to three-hour voyage.
The route that has been awarded an EHE mark includes almost all of the most important sights in Western Estonia: Padise monastery, the city of Haapsalu, Kassari and Sääre Tirp, Angla windmills, Karja church, Kaali crater, Kuressaare castle, the village of Koguva, and Pärnu.
We have prepared a detailed description of the route – the sights, museums, opening times, recommendations for lunch and dinner, and ferry schedules. Rent a bicycle from us or take your own bike.
The price for self-guided 9-day tour – includes accommodation for 8 nights in double rooms, 8 breakfasts, maps with a route and the turns, a detailed route description and sending the bike back to Tallinn.
Yearning to get away from it all on the islets of Hiiumaa? Come hike with the local fishermen who have lived on them!
We recommend a three-hour guided hiking package to the Saarnaki farmhouses. There are many options for hiking because there are many islets and the best way to find the one you would like to visit is to consult with a fisherman.
The boats can accommodate 11 people and the guide. You can also spend the night on the islets.
The islets of Hiiumaa are waiting for you to explore them – ask for an offer!
The islets of Hiiumaa are the best kayaking location in the Baltic region.
Stunning in their natural beauty and full of cultural heritage, the islets are the perfect distance from each other for kayaking. With a low sea level between them, the closeness of the islets provides paddlers with the benefits of warm waters and a route protected from wind and waves. Participants do not have to have previous experience in kayaking.
This trip begins and ends on the Sarve Peninsula. We will paddle between the islets, go on a hike on the islets, and observe sea-birds and seals. We will sleep in tents on the uninhabited islet of Kõrgelaid, where there is a private campground with a campfire and a dry toilet.
The price applies for groups of at least 12 people!