Estonia’s air is among the cleanest in the world, and the freedom to roam is codified in law. Pick berries, mushrooms, or herbs. Go hiking. Or sit still and take inspiration from the sounds of nature.
A short ride is all that’s required to experience Estonia’s full natural diversity. Little distance separates cities and nature. Our versatile cultural heritage and seasons of the year make every visit unique.
Our longest hiking route crosses nine counties and a number of nature preserves, offering amazing local scenery along its 820 kilometers, including sand and shingle beaches and vast areas of wetlands and bogs.
Enjoy king-size wooden megaphones in a densely forested site in the Pähni Nature Centre. Amplifying the sounds of the forest, the installation blends contemporary architectural space and wilderness and is accessible to everyone for free.
11 Estonian sites are included in the Ramsar list as internationally important bird areas. Millions of birds stop here during migration and there are more than 300 natural species. Up to 13,000 nesting couples per square kilometre can be found on our islands.