Estonia’s third-largest island is almost addictive. Due to its mild climate and lime-rich soil, Muhu Island has diverse flora and fauna. Nature enthusiasts are welcome to explore study trails at the Nature Reserves and the National Parks, which boast thousands of migratory birds and wild orchids.
The highlights of Muhu include the Koguva village with stone fences, the Üügu cliff, and one of Estonia’s oldest holy places – St. Catherine’s Church with its pagan tombstones. The ancient tradition of painting doors and decorating them with magical symbols has been revived in Muhu. The Muhu island is also home to an ostrich farm and the Tihuse horse tourism farm. The famous Muhu dark brad, beautiful handicrafts, and great eateries can be found at the Liiva Centre. Pädaste Manor stands out with its architecture and high-level culinary experiences.
Muhumaa is an island where time stands still, and so can you!
However, if you want to explore, grab paddle boards provided by Muhu ÖÖD and hit the beach only 2km away. Feeling even more adventurous? Muhumaa has a fun adventure park, ostrich farm, horse riding, and wakeboarding. Only 8km from your stay, you can find unique restaurants and a grocery store at Liiva.
Muhu ÖÖD is a part of Kadakanurme farm, so the hosts are always nearby if you want to ask any questions.
ÖÖD Hötels Muhu is located on the magical island of Muhumaa. Stay amongst the locals surrounded by juniper trees overlooking vast empty fields of calm stillness. Also, night skies here while enjoying the hot tub are something else.
ÖÖD Hötels Kääriku is located in Kääriku Sports Center in walking distance from lake Kääriku. In addition to nearby sports activities, Kääriku is right in the heart of Southern Estonia, which is full of breathtaking landscapes.