Estonian islands


It’s wildly simple this island and wildly free- untamed and uncultured, still. Forests where trees are born and die without any human interference still exist. You can go to a desert surrounded by woods, or gaze at the raging sea.

Kõpu Lighthouse is a great place to take a look at the wild-wild island. The lighthouse is almost five centuries old which makes it either the second eldest or the eldest functioning lighthouse in the world.

Hiiumaa is a great place to grow offspring freely – children can play outdoors, go to school unattended and study in small classrooms. Take  a bike or a pair of running shoes and go trekking in the forest or on the highway.

Souce: Hiiumaa metsikult mõnus 2018