Why not spending one exciting and adventurous day discovering the island of Naissaar together with friends or even colleagues? This Tallinn Bay island, full of military history and cultural heritage, is a truly fun and unique place to be! Picturesque eastern and southern shores of the island offer beaches with pure sand and natural coastal roses. Most of the island is covered with forests, where you can pick fresh blueberries in July, cowberries and mushrooms in August and September. Check out the huge boulders left at shore by the glacier. The whole island is a natural conservation park.
Thanks to its location, Naissaar has always possessed an important defense role. In order to protect the access to Tallinn from the Baltic Sea, Peeter the Great built a fortress. One can find abandoned Soviet naval mine factory. The narrow-gauge railroad tracks also date back to those dates, when the island was in the possession of the Soviet Army.