Käsmu – familiar, yet unfamiliar
Käsmu peninsula has a rich cultural and natural heritage. Käsmu village, also known as Captains’ village, is an authentic coastal village in it’s most romantic essence
Käsmu peninsula has a rich cultural and natural heritage; here, you can go on shorter and longer hikes.
Who would not know the white houses of the famous “Captain’s Village” and its naval school with a dignified history? Lucky boulders and a statue called Signe that kneels in the graveyard, as well as military heritage from the Soviet times are obligatory sights to visit.
Käsmu peninsula is also a gigantic natural Ice Age park with a unique boulder field and romantic rocks left behind by glacial drift. Lake Käsmu and Eru Bay are places that are unfortunately rarely visited; here, the peninsula that otherwise has a low rocky coastline throws in a surprise sandy beach and high embankment.
Up to 20 members: 150€
More participants 300€