Tallinn

Prangli

30 May 2019

The smallest of the three islands we have listed here, Prangli, like most of the habitable Estonian islands was once home to Swedes. Small as it may be, the island has a rich history including stories of pirate treasure, mysterious stone labyrinths and much more. Main attractions on Prangli include the natural surroundings, a museum, an old church and of course the cave sauna - which is actually more of a ‘boulder’ sauna but probably still a lot of fun. See www.pranglireisid.ee or www.prangli.com for more details. There are also accommodations available from the good people at Harbour hostel and camping cabins: info@pranglireisid.ee.

Getting there
Regular trips aboard the ship Wrangö (tel. +372 510 94 56, www.tuuleliinid.ee). Ship leaves from Leppneeme, Viimsi every day. See website for schedule. Round trip ticket is €12.

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