Windmills, thatched roofs, and fishing boats characterize Muhu Island. Situated just off mainland Estonia, it is the third largest island on the Estonian coast. Don’t be surprised if you see wild foxes, moose and even the rare Sea Eagle while visiting this natural paradise. More secluded than its sister islands, Saaremaa and Hiiumaa, Muhu is a microcosm of Estonian folk tradition. Craftsmen, artists and musicians make their home within Muhu’s sleepy fishing villages. The island springs to life each summer for the annual Jazz Festival. Despite Estonia’s strong Protestant roots, Muhu’s St. Catherine’s Church is distinctive for its tombstones with distinctly pagan motifs like the Tree of Life. Navigate this unusual spot on the Estonian coast with Exeter International
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