The unforgettable island of Prangli, just off the coast of Tallinn, is one of the few places in Estonia where the old, fishing way of life has changed little through the centuries. Measuring at 6.44 square kilometres and covered in pine forest and bush, the island has three traditional fishing villages where visitors can see how Estonian islanders lived in times past, as well as how they live today. The tour includes a visit to the island’s church, dating to 1848, and the Prangli Museum, which features old seal hunting tools among its many exhibits. Visitors will also see a natural gas grill, a shipwreck memorial and plenty of untouched nature.