In the Saarema region of Estonia there are many lighthouses, including Sääretuka. The road to the lighthouse is about two kilometers from a gravel road, but the walk to reach it is worth it, the place is quiet even in summer, it is worth noting that you can not climb to the lighthouse, but You can walk in its surroundings and take beautiful souvenir photos of the place.
Saaremaa is paradise for bird lovers in many ways. First, the bird kingdom is rich and varied. The island is located at the crossroads of good migration routes. Several southern and northern species, as well as western and eastern species meet up there.
There is something to see in every season, including winter.
Photo: Margit Kõrvits
The fishing season is opened early in spring by roach appearing in our waters. They are followed by herring, tench and pike and sometimes by whitefish and trout. Nice fat flatfish are waiting for their catchers not earlier than July or August. On a hot day in the middle of summer, it is useless to hope for a rich catch since the fish have simply escaped into colder waters.
Those interested in angling or fishing with a trolling line, have to bring their own fishing equipment and obtain a fishing permit at the Environmental Board (https://kalaluba.ee ).
The St. Soobik discovery trail has nine thematic activity points. Here you can observe ants and pond life, test your knowledge of the food chain, ride a raft and build a sea eagle’s nest. You learn best through experience, so listen, look, smell, touch – discover!
The trail ends at the Pihtla Kogukonna Park, where low-level adventure trails have been built for both smaller children and older and more skilled children.
Created by members of the Holy Community, the Discovery Trail offers exploration for both young and old.