People mostly come to Saaremaa for its beautiful wildlife, peace and silence as well as for relaxing spa treatments. But a merry child would like to run and jump and play. He or she can do all of it in Saaremaa!
There are several playgrounds in Kuressaare
However, you can discover a bit further away from the city centre. Families can can enjoy themselves on the low adventure trail in Leisi, adventure park of Hallikivi, K-Pargi Adventure Park, Asva Viking Village and Muhu Adventure Park. Hot summer days are ideal for fun on the beach and muggy autumn days for fun in the pool. At Auriga shopping centre is Pillerkaar playground waiting all the children to play.
Kuressaare beach is located next to Kuressaare park. The beach is also known as Titerand. But in addition to beach activities, you can rent different riders (bicycles and hoverboards) in Kuressaare at the beginning of the Raiekivi leg. So you can enjoy the wonderful nature and fresh air of Kuressaare with your family. At Raiekivi leg is also stopping sailship Hoppet that you have to go and discover. But also those of you who enjoy water activities can go surfing or do SUP.
Exciting animals and birds can be met in Saaremaa and Muhu islands. On the ostrich farm in Muhu, children can feed ostriches, count the stripes of a zebra and look for a little kangaroo peeking out of its mother’s pouch. And what child would not like to ride a horse or pony? There also is a possibility for this in Saaremaa.
If the weather happens to be not very good for outdoor activities...
... various handicraft workshops are at your disposal. In the smithy of the castle yard in Kuressaare it is possible to forge your own luck bringing nail or make a foamy soap in Good Kaarma soap workshop. In Angla Heritage Culture Centre, it is possible to learn the traditional ways of clay work or engraving dolomite.