Prangli Island is located just 30 km from Estonia’s capital. It is the only Northern Estonian Island, that has been continuously inhabited for more than 600 years. It has its own dialect of the Estonian language, very diverse nature, friendly locals, and strong traditions in fishing. Mass tourism hasn’t touched the small island, so it still has wonderful and lonely sandy beaches. Prangli pine forests create enough fresh air to overwhelm the senses. Come and visit this beautiful Estonian island by ferry and drive around in an open-top Soviet-style truck or jeep when you arrive.
There, you will enjoy the beauty of nature, see a small wooden church, and visit a natural gas source that is unique in the whole of Estonia. Not only that, but you can also discover a fishing village. A free lunch is also included in this tour to sample local delicacies.