Estonian coast and cities

Some examples of places we can visit:


The first records are from 1387 when it was called Rango. The first settlers came to Prangli came from Sweden.The Estonian culture spread to the island in the 17th century. Prangli is part of Viimsi Parish. Pranglis guest harbor is located on the north coast of the island. The harbor is former fishing harbor dating back from the Kirov Kolkhoz times, has now come to popular visiting harbor for the recreational vessels.


Tallin is situated on a bay in north Estonia, on the shore of, Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea. The earliest founding’s of the city are dating back 5000 years. Due to the strategic location by the sea, Tallinn became significant trade hub especially in the 14-16th centuries, when Tallin grew in importance as the northernmost member city of the Hanseatic League.

Tallin Old City Marina guest harbor is located right in the middle of the city. Located in the city center, the marina is just a short walk away from a wide range of shopping malls, restaurants, Tallinn’s medieval Old Town and other popular sights.

The Old City Marina also has modern yacht club facilities with all necessary amenities.


In Estonia it is difficult to find a place with more picturesque nature than it is on the island of Hiiumaa. The variety of landscapes is what makes Hiiumaa a desired place to come. The types of picturesque landscape are changing immensely quickly. The landscape in one end of the island is totally different from the one in another end, varying in beauty and diverse miniature, interlacing smoothly and making Hiiumaa a unique place to stay. Some quest may want to spend the extra day here in Hiiumaa instead of Tallinn.

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