Hiiumaa is the second largest island in Estonia. The island is home to the Heltermaa Harbour.
The centre of Hiiumaa is the city of Kärdla, which is located 25 km from the Heltermaa Harbour and 155 km from Tallinn. Smaller centres are small towns Käina in the southeast and Emmaste in the south.
You can find more information about sights and opportunities in Hiiumaa from:
- website of the town of Kärdla
- information website of Hiiumaa
- website of the Hiiumaa Tourism Association
- visitestonia.com website
Lääne County is one of the 13 Counties on the mainland. Lääne County is home to the Virtsu Harbour, which connects mainland with Muhu and Saaremaa, and the Rohuküla Harbour, from which ferries depart to Hiiumaa. The fourth biggest Estonian island Vormsi is also located in the Lääne County.
The centre of the Lääne County is the city of Haapsalu, which is 98 km from Tallinn, 10km from Rohuküla and 74 km from Virtsu.
You can find more information about sights and opportunities of the Lääne County from:
Muhu is located in the Saare County. The third largest Estonian island is home to the Kuivastu Harbour. The island is connected to Saaremaa via the dam of Väike väin and the road on it.
The centre of the Muhu island is the Liiva village, which is located 11 km from the Kuivastu Harbour and 153 km from Tallinn.
You can find more information about sights and opportunities of Muhu from:
Saaremaa is the largest island in Estonia. You can get to Saaremaa by taking a ferry headed to the Kuivastu Harbour from the mainland. The Kuivastu Harbour is located on the Muhu island and the two islands are connected with a dam road of Väike väin.
The county centre of Saaremaa and the Saare County is the city of Kuressaare, which is located 75 km from the Kuivastu Harbour and 217 km from Tallinn.
You can find more information about sights and opportunities in Saaremaa from: