Naissaar Island – the Isle of Women
Estonia’s own ‘Angkor Wat’ can be found on Naissaar Island – picturesque and mysterious ruins of fortifications concealed by the forests, and otherworldly fort passages. Naissaar is a scenic island close to Tallinn, still untouched by tourism. As one of the most exciting islands of the northern coast of Estonia, Naissaar captivates visitors with its clean sandy beaches, hiking trails, exciting history, and a cultural festival taking place in the summer.
There is plenty to do on Naissaar, whether you are a culture, history, or nature enthusiast. Read more about Naissaar Island Travels and Tours
What to do on Naissaar Island?
Tour packages and services available
Tour to Naissaar Island Lighthouse and mysterious Imperial underground fort tunnels
Exciting sea voyage to Naissaar Island, a Hop-On Hop-Off military truck ride, stunning Lighthouse views, overgrown fortress ruins and, secret underground tunnels. Take a totally unique cultural journey into Estonia’s storied past. Duration ca 3.5h
In the footsteps of forgotten history: USSR military mine stockyard, railway, South village and wonderful sandy beaches
Be the boss of your own adventure. Spend an unforgettable day rediscovering the history which was supposed to be forgotten forever
This tour is great for cycling or hiking
Narrow gauge railway, train ride Port – Männiku village
The southern section of railway, orignally built to the Island on 1912 has been recently restored. You can take a train ride with Soviet era traincar between Port and Männiku village. Duration of ride one way ca 30min. In Männiku village you will find a modest USSR military museum and couple of cafes.
You can rent the bikes on the Naissaar Island. Some child seats are available (please make a respective note while ordering on-line). Note! The roads of the island are mostly sandy and rocky. Bicycles can be rented for one or more days.
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Naissaar Island Travels
A ferry trip to Naissaar takes only 60 minutes. Sunlines vessels meet the international safety standards and are fully insured.
In the summer period, ferries depart daily from Lennusadam in Tallinn.
You can choose between various travel packages for exploring the island. One-day cruises will take you to the main attractions of Naissaar and you can choose between two tour packages. However, Naissaar is worth further exploring. We recommend taking your bicycle with you and staying on Naissaar overnight so you would have enough time for exploring all the exciting places and relaxing on the beautiful sandy beach.