Arrival to the Touring Cars camper rental station close to Tallinn Airport.
Touring Cars camper rental station to Keila-Joa, about 40 km
In Keila-Joa, you'll find the third most powerful waterfall in Estonia. A 2-3 hour long health trail is located near the waterfall. In the immediate vicinity of Keila-Joa is a former hydroelectric power station and a beautiful manor, which can be admired from both the inside and outside. There are many events and concerts taking place in the manor - find the schedules by clicking here .
Keila-Joa to Haapsalu, about 90 km
From the beginning of the 19th century, Haapsalu has been a popular resort town among both Estonians and other nations, but especially among the Russian nobility. Haapsalu is like a piece from another era - the lacy wooden architecture in the old town, a beautiful beach promenade, cozy cafes, warm seawater and the famous therapeutic mud. The ruins of the bishop’s palace is definitely worth a visit. It is also the place where the most famous ghost, Valge Daam (White Lady), lives.
Astrid Lindgren’s Estonian book illustrator, Ilon Wikland, spent her childhood summers in Haapsalu. She even lived there until 1944, when her grandparents put her onto a ship that fled to Sweden from the Soviet Union’s ocupation. Ilon’s grandparents' house in Haapsalu is open as a nifty and fun children museum - Ilon's Wonderland. To see more info click here.
Camping suggestion: Camping Pikseke
Haapsalu to Rohuküla Harbor about 10 km
Rohuküla harbour is the place where ferries depart to Vormsi and Hiiumaa. For more information about the Vormsi (Rohuküla-Sviby) ferry schedule and booking details, click here .
Vormsi is the forth largest island in Estonia. Vormsi is a suitable holiday destination for people who are looking for untouched nature, peace and quiet, and are interested in the Rannarootsi history.
Sviby Harbor (Vormsi Island) to Rohuküla Harbor to Heltermaa Harbor (Hiiumaa Island)
Hiiumaa (Rohuküla-Heltermaa) ferry schedule and booking information is available by clicking here .
Hiiumaa is the second largest island in Estonia. Hiiumaa is known for its famous lighthouses. The most famous lighthouse is Kõpu lighthouse, which is one of the three oldest continuously working lighthouses in the wolrd. Ristna and Tahkuna lighthouses are designed by the world famous engineer's, Gustave Eiffel’s office. If the weather is cold enough in the winter, the longest iceroad in Europe (24-27 km long, depending on ice conditions) is open between the mainland and Hiiumaa. The people of Hiiumaa are known for their nifty humor. Hiiumaa is very popular among vacationers in the summer. Therefore, there are many events taking place, such as the Sõru Jazz and the Hiiu Folk. One of the most famous and popular events is the Kohvikutepäev (Cafe Day), when 15 different one-day cafes open up in homegardens. For more information about Hiiumaa and the events, click here.
Heltermaa Harbor to Kassari, about 20 km
Kassari is connected to Hiiumaa by a causeway, and is famous for its picturesque juniper forest. From Kassari, you can take one of the most romantic walkways into the sea – Sääretirp. In addition, you can visit the Finnish writer, Aino Kallas’ house, where she spent her summers in 1920 and in the late 30s.
Kassari to Kärdla, about 25 km
Kärdla is the only city in Hiiumaa. Around 450 million years ago, a meteorite fell down near Kärdla and resulted in the Kärdla crater, which is now barely noticeable. Due to the meteorite crater's skewed limestone layers, the groundwater is under pressure and bursts to the surface. Everyone can drink crystal clear water from the well at the Aia-Pikk street corner. You can see many fountains on Aia Street, all of which are caused by the artesian water.
Camping suggestion: Kärdla Harbor
Kärdla to Kalana, about 50 km
On the way from Kärdla to Kalana, be sure to visit the historic Ristimägi, Kõpu Lighthouse (one of the world’s three oldest continuously working lighthouses), The Soviet Union military bases in Lehtma and Ristna (1939-1993), the Peter the Great Naval Fortress component in Ristna (1912-1917), and the Tahkuna and Ristna lighthouses.
Camping suggestion: Kalana Camping
Kalana to Sõru Harbor, about 50 km
The Hiiumaa - Saaremaa (Sõru - Triigi) ferry schedule and booking information is available by clicking here
Saaremaa is the biggest island in Estonia, which is known for its post windmills, local beer and things made of juniper wood and dolomite (what the local marble is called). Saaremaa is a very popular place to visit, both in the summer and winter. There are many events throughout the year, for example the Saaremaa Opera Days (Saaremaa Ooperipäevad) and the Saaremaa Rally. For more information about Saaremaa, click here .
Triigi Harbor to Panga pank, about 32 km
The Panga Cliff is the highest northern coast banks in Saaremaa and Muhumaa (21,3 m). On the way to the Panga Cliff, be sure to visit Angla windmill mountain near Leisi.
Panga pank to Kuressaare, about 42 km
In Kuressaare, Saaremaa’s only town, you can find a well-preserved old town and a bishop’s castle from the 13th century. The bishop’s castle is unique in the Baltic states.
Camping suggestion: Hotel Meri Caravan Park
Kuressaare to Muhu Island, about 65 km
Muhu is the third largest island in Estonia, and is connected to Saaremaa by a causeway over the Väike strait( Väikese väina). The Koguva Village is definitely worth a visit, it is one of the most outstanding examples of the peasant architechture in Estonia from 1880-1930. The Koguva open-air museum is unique, because it is a village where people nowadays live and get their income from tourism.
Camping suggestion: Aki Camping
Kuivastu Harbor (Muhu) to Virtsu Harbor, about 7 km
The Kuivastu – Virtsu praami ferry schedule and booking information is available by clicking here .
Virtsu to Pärnu, about 73 km
Pärnu is the fourth largest city in Estonia and is the Estonian summer capital. Pärnu is the most popular holiday and resort town in Estonia, thanks to its warm seawater, long sandy beach and a beautiful parkland. The year of 1930 was the resort’s heyday, when the sanatoriums and hotels were built. By that time, Pärnu became the most favourite place for Scandinavian tourists. The internationally recognized resort town has something to offer for everyone.
Pärnu to Lottemaa Playland, about 12 km
Lottemaa is a massively popular cartoon character’s theme park in Estonia, with more than 100 attractions toys and toy machines. Find more information by clicking here .
Pärnu to Touring Car camper rental station, about 147 km
Returning of the motorhome to the Touring Cars camper rental station.
MOTORHOME RENTAL PRICE EXAMPLE
Pick up: Tallinn, Estonia
Rental Camper for 7 days for 2 persons starting from 858 EUR
Check the price for your exact dates and book here
- Unlimited km
- All taxes
- Quality rental motorhome
- VIP airport pick-up service. Service is offered from/to Tallinn airport
- Personal customer service and orientation to your rental vehicle We allocate as much time to customer service at the pick-up and drop-off as required.
- Linen exchange free of charge. Possibility to replace any rented linen and bedding for a freshly laundered supply during their stay at any of our rental stations.
- TC Basic insurance
- High quality kitchen and dining ware
- Electricity cable with adapter
- Water hose
- Vehicle levellers (tyre wedges)
- On Board Computer (internet connection must be purchased separately)
- Free of charge information package giving good insight to travelling with a rental motorhome and to our destination countries. Available at the camper rental stations.
- 24 h phone service for all road side questions
- vehicle replacement service in case of major malfunction