ACTIVITIES IN THE WILDERNES
RECONNECT WITH NATURE!
WANT TO EXPERIENCE HOW TO BE AREAL ESTONIAN?
Come for a guided wild herb excursion; get to know and pick wild berries, mushrooms and other natural gifts from Estonian forests that are a real paradise of organic super foods. Experience open fire cooking, learn outdoor skills and survival tips in the wild. Come and follow the wildlife; animal tracks are best seen during winter after a freshly fallen snow.
In co-operation with Teadlikud Elamused MTÜ. Starting from 10€/pp, (min. group size 8 people)
Escape, disconnect, reduce stress, and focus more on true social interaction and connection with nature in the physical world.
Do you really just want to escape and be quiet and still?
Do you wish you had a chance to shut out all the endless digital noise and truly connect with our planet, your loved ones and yourself?
Visit Matsalu National Park-a paradise for birds. Take a guided wildlife tour with bird or mammal watching in co-operation with Estonian Nature Tours.
Visit Nõva Recreation Area. RMK Nõva Recreation Area is one of the most unique and diverse regions in Estonia. Nature-lovers are attracted to the surroundings, which are largely untouched by civilisation and sparsely populated. The coastal area of Nõva captivates surfers and those who enjoy the beach. The abundance of bilberries and cowberries in the forests attracts both berry-pickers and researchers. Also, there are traces of the Neugrund meteorite crater – the breccias – and numerous remnants of the last Ice Age – erratic boulders – waiting to be explored.
The largest lakes in the region – Lake Tänavjärv and Veskijärv – are known to be rich in fish. The white water-lilies on smaller lakes are a sight to cherish. Dendrologists are happy for seeing the yew tree, which is rare in mainland Estonia. Also the oldest in mainland Estonia active wooden church, the Põlluotsa farm museum, the Dirhami fishing port and the north-westernmost cape of mainland Estonia – Spithami or Põõsaspea await to be discovered.
Get away from it all, step back and take a deep breath among nature. Take a walk in the forest and enjoy the wilderness.
You can choose between different hiking trails:
Paralepa-Pullpää hiking trail 8 km long
Läänemaa Health Path (Riisipere-Haapsalu-Rohuküla) for pedestrians and cyclists 60 km long.
27 km Peraküla-Vihterpalu hiking trail
820 km RMK Peraküla-Aegviidu-Ähijärve hiking route. Estonia’s longest hiking route starts at Nõva Visitor Centre at Peraküla and runs at first along a nearly century-old cobblestone road to solitary woods and then to the seaside. Along the trail there are spectacular lakes, amazing sandy beaches and wonderful villages.
EAT CLEAN - EAT LOCAL
Say hello to a new you finding harmony and balance from the inside out. Hapsal Spa Villas invites you to do as much or as little as you like to achieve wellness. Choose from signature massages to functional fitness, personalized wellness and nutritional programs. You can choose between different menus: detox, vegan, gluten free, lactose free or family menu. You will be provided with ecologically controlled fresh local seasonal ingredients from local Läänemaa producers. Our food consultant Kristel Vokk will give you a lecture about healthy and balanced diet.
Price 250 € up to 10 persons
You can also add a 2 h long yoga lesson with lecture and a guided walk in the forest or stretching on the beach. Price 350 € up to 10 persons
HIKE AND BIKE
n co-operation with our partners we provide the following activities in the wild when renting Hapsal Spa Villas. Our partners offer high quality services and operate responsibly.
Come experience Nordic nature at its best. We can arrange in cooperation with our partner 360 Degrees:
Bog shoeing 294€ up to 10 persons, additional person 20€
Kick sledging 350€ up to 10 persons, additional person 35€
Ride with fat bikes 390€ up to 10 persons, additional person 39€
Kayaking 490€ up to 10 persons, additional person 35€
SWITCH OFF THE AUTO-PILOT-DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EVERY DAY!
Nõva Visitor Centre is the centre of RMK Nõva recreation area, located in North-West Estonia at Peraküla, near sandy beaches and forests full of wild berries and mushrooms. Here is the start of the 192 km branch of the RMK Hiking Route from Peraküla to Aegviidu, opened in 2015. Before you go to discover the recreation area, take a quick look at our sights in the film “Maa, mis tõuseb merest” (“Land that Rises from the Sea”). You will be given information about the sights in this neighborhood, and advice on planning hiking routes. You can enjoy our exhibitions, forest games or discover the world of sand with a microscope. The visitor centre offers guided and self-study nature education programmes on various topics for different interest groups.
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU DID SOMETHING FOR THE FIRST TIME?
Visit Rummu Adventurecenter!
Rummu Adventurecenter is located in the magical shores of the Rummu lake, it is also called as a “light-blue lagoon” and deservedly became a Mecca for the watersports lovers. Center provides a variety of different water activities including diving and snorkeling in clear and warm water along the sunken ruins of the underwater Rummu prison, standup paddleboarding and jetsurfing, which is a unique water attraction for Estonia.
All of this is located in just a 45 minutes drive away from Tallinn and only 28 min away from Keibu.
LOOKING FOR A REAL ZEN-PLACE, WHERE YOU CAN JUST GO AND RELAX?
Discover Osmussaar by walking or with Jeep safari.
The island is 4.6 kilometres long and 1.3 kilometres wide, its highest spot is 8 metres high.
Osmussaar, named after Odin, the god of the Vikings, is a fascinating place full of history, diverse nature, and limestone bluffs. The hike, which lasts for 4 to 5 hours, starts at the southern port of Osmussaar. During the hike, we will visit places which are interesting thanks to their nature and history, learn about the Crocodile Farm, and look for neugrund breccia boulders which are unique in the whole world. While walking on the limestone bluff, one might notice the marine life documented in limestone. At the northwestern tip of the island on the cliff coast, a reinforced concrete lighthouse, built in 1954, can be found. The lighthouse has been open for visitors since 2019. You can also take part of an orchid hike on Osmussaar.