Natural wonders and superb cuisine - Saare County holidays have it all
Have you already experienced such typical sizzling Spanish summer holiday locations as Catalonia Villas and Playa de Palma Villas and are now looking for something a bit different to tell your friends about back home? For an unforgettable experience in which fascinating tradition and history is fused with contemporary pleasures and luxuries, you need not look much further than Saare County holidays. Come to Saare County and explore the only intact medieval fortress in the Baltic countries and the one of a kind Kaali Meteorite Craters. Excellent traditional and international cuisine, highly recommended tourists attractions, beautiful Saare County holiday rentals and restaurants, a beautiful natural scenary and various examples of stunning architectural gems all eagerly await your visit.
Saare County Apartments - gaze at the stunning architectural gems of Saare County
If you want to take your holidays in a place where you can marvel at beautiful architecture and capture it forever on your camera, don't hesistate to take a look at Jura Holiday Rentals.The country of Estonia is just south of Finland and, according to archeologists; humans have lived in the area for more than 5,000 years. Saaremaa is a large island, located just off the West coast of Estonia, and it makes up most of Saare County. It is located in the Baltic Sea to the east of Lääne and Pärnu counties on the mainland. There is a pleasantly mild maritime climate here, with a mean annual air temperature of 6 degrees Celsius. The population is around 35,000 and Estonians love meeting and mingling with tourists, so expect some well-deserved pampering and warm hospitality whilst on your Saare County holidays!
Saare County Holiday Lettings - experience something extraordinary this year
Estonian cuisine includes the traditional fare of meat and potatoes, and fish when closer to water. Typical foods are pork, rye bread, and dairy products, with the food available varying according to the season. Sauerkraut, cabbage, and carrots appear in the local dishes too and you may find exotic cold fish dishes as appetisers and the regular appearance on the table of home-brewed beer and vodka. Nowadays, you will perceive clearly the strong influence of many other world cuisines too, expect to find a variety of international dishes, especially those of the nearby countries, such as Scandinavian, Russian, and German delicacies. View the sights and you'll find charming thatched roof houses and stone fences. The more spectacular must-see sights whilst staying in your Saare County holiday cottages include the Kuressaare Episcopal Castle, the best-preserved castle in the Baltics, with an excellent museum on the history of Estonia and Saaremaa. Angla is a charming windmill village with a new visitor centre and five preserved windmills, the oldest dating back to 1910. One is a Dutch mill, with four floors to view, including a gift shop. Perhaps the most unique natural find in Estonia is the Kaali Meteorite Craters, a group of nine craters originating from the 7th century BC, full of intriguing history and mythology. Why not also discover the fascinating history and breathtaking natural beauty of Western Fjords Cottages this year?