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Daytour to Sõrve Peninsula

Sõrve Peninsula is absolutely amazing and one of our favourite places on Saaremaa island. Sõrve is not so known among Estonians and therefore sparsely populated and more relaxed. Juniper fields, sandy beaches, scenic road next to the sea, a lot of space and fresh air - you just can't miss it. Now you can discover this beauty by bike as a daytour from Kuressaare. 

Total distance: 45 km by car, 56 km cycling.

Tour starts at 09:00 from Kuressaare from hotel Staadioni (Staadioni street 4).

Car ride to Sõrve (about 45 km) will take you Sääre, skipping all the boring parts. You will be dropped off next to the Sõrve lighthouse. Cycling route starts from there and you will cycle back to Kuressaare.

If you are feeling extra adventurous, you can make the whole tour on bike. Total distance is 102 km. For the longer trip, we recommend Cyclo cross bikes that we also have available for rent

 Sõrve Peninsula Daytour price is 45 EUR* per person.

Price includes:

  • Bike rent for the day
  • Transfer to Sääre
  • Map
  • Detailed route description: turn-to-turn instructions, sights, lunch options and prices

* Price is for a group consiting of at least 2 persons. In case of 1 person, price is 80 EUR per person. 

If you make it all by bike (no transfer, total cycling distance 102 km) the tour price is 25 EUR per person. Price includes trekking bike rent for a day, map and route description. 

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Sõrve Peninsula tour

Route is mainly flat and on smaller paved roads with very little traffic. Last 20 km from Läätsa to Kuressaare is bicycle road. 

Route is suitable for trekking/touring bike and for cyclo cross bikes (which we have for rent as well)

Highlights

  • Sõrve Lighthouse and end of peninsula. Climb to the top of the lighthouse for amazing views of the peninsula and walk to the westernmost point of Saaremaa
  • Road from Sääre to Jämaja is just stunning -close to the sea with great views
  • Ohessaare cliff and rock stacks, see what others have built and leave your own mark.
  • Jämaja Graveyard. Even if you are not a fan of graveyards, this one is unique. It used to be on the isaland once, now peninsula, surrounded with sandy beach. 
  • Twisty road from Jämaja to Lõupõllu shows you an other side of "flat" Saaremaa. It goes up and down and has a numerous twists.
  • Järve Dunes. Bike road from Läätsa to Kuressaare runs close to the sea. You have an empty sandy beach on your right all the way. 

Great company and good service! Keep riding! George P