Aegna Island is the center of Tallinn ??
Aegna Island is administratively part of the downtown area of Tallinn. Almost 70% of Aegna Island is covered with forests. Due to untouched forest and secluded sandy beaches Aegna Island has become a haven for rest and recreation. You will find there boulders from Ice Age and a white-tailed eagle breeds there. The origin of Aegna’s place name is associated with the Estonian-Swedish dialect word eik (horse), because horses were grazed on the island in the Middle Ages. Before World War I, Aegna Island had a system of coastguard batteries that was part of Peter the Great’s Imperial maritime fortress.
Aegna Admiral’s House
Aegna Admiral’s House is located on Aegna Island, 150 m from the harbor. It can hold seminars, trainings and meetings for up to 80 people, summer days, team events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings.
Accommodation for up to 30 people on the second and third floors of the house.
We offer companies the opportunity to organize original fish training.
In order to learn more about the island, we offer guided walking tours. Duration 1.5-3h.
Tallinn-Aegna shipping line is seasonal. Navigation runs from mid-May to mid-September. Trips take place from Friday to Sunday in May and September and every day during the summer months except Tuesday.
The ferry departs from Tallinn’s Kalasadam and takes about 1 hour to Aegna Island.
Service with a RIB speedboats is available to Aegna Island from Rohuneeme harbor. Travel time to the island 5 minutes.