Sparsely populated, one of Europe's most unspoilt landscapes, this maritime island region of Estonia has deep historical roots dating back to the Vikings as well as some beautiful beaches to explore and is one of Estonia's 15 counties. Saaremaa itself is Estonia's largest island, and one of Estonia's several island territories. Renting a Holiday letting Saare County will guarantee you a truly unforgettable holiday in a stunning location.You already have seen all the enchanting places in Saaremaa? Finland also offers places lake in Saare County, there are, for example, Lake Saimaa and Oulo which are worth seeing.
Saaremaa is a paradise for bird lovers. Nature reserves abound, and especially worth visiting are the two largest parks, the Viidumae and Vilsandi Nature Reserves. Hundreds of thousands of migratory birds, including Barnacle Geese and Mute Swans flock to Saaremaa, the island is a natural haven for all kinds of flora and fauna, many of which enjoy protected status.An enchanting nature you'll also all over Europe, if you spend your holidays in:
Historical monuments dot the landscape of the islands. Visitors can spy many an iconic windmill, considered typical of Western Estonia, throughout their travels, for example, there are five located at Angla Windmill Hill near to Leisi. There are also a number of historical churches, one of which, at Valjala, dates back to the 13th Century.
Holiday apartments Saare County tend to be set in very rural locations, but Kuressaare does have a wider range of accommodation on offer. Canoes and boats are usually freely available from all the kinds of holiday apartment Saare County offers.
Simple but tasty sour sweet bread and home brewed beer are the main staples of the local diet, the local beer, made from hops, yeast and malt, enjoys something of a cult status among ale connoisseurs, and is well worth taking the time out of sightseeing to savour a pint or two, whilst staying in a holiday apartment Saare County.
Staying in a holiday letting Saare County provides great opportunities for enjoying the natural splendour of the Baltic along with some unique local culture, history and cuisine. This part of Estonia is an unspoilt gem of a holiday destination.