Nestled on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea, Estonia, once a hidden gem of the Soviet Union, today offers a driving odyssey etched in timeless beauty and modern adventure. Estonia, a canvas of lush forests, ancient boglands, and a shimmering coastline, unveils roads that are nothing short of poetry in motion. Among them, the legendary ice road from Rohuküla to Heltermaa stands tall as Europe's longest, where driving feels akin to gliding over a frozen sea.

As you journey inland, the allure of Suur Munamägi, aptly named the "Big Egg Mountain", awaits. This pinnacle, the highest in Estonia, not only promises elevations that touch the sky at 318m but also panoramic vistas that stretch the horizons, encapsulating the heart and soul of Võru County.

For those with an insatiable thirst for unique adventures, the icy stretch between Lao and Kihnu beckons. This 13 km of frosty marvel, situated in southwestern Estonia, weaves tales of nature's prowess and man's daring spirit.

From the medieval charm of Tallinn to the serene whispers of its dense forests, Estonia's roads bridge epochs and elements. Venture onto routes like Pärnu-Rakvere, where every turn reveals layers of history, culture, and nature's wonders. In Estonia, every drive is not just about the destination, but a celebration of the journey, where ancient legacies coalesce with pristine landscapes. Embark on this Baltic sojourn and let Estonia's roads narrate tales as old as time.

Driving the longest ice road in Europe from Rohuküla to Heltermaa on the Baltic Sea

Located in western Estonia, the ice road running from Rohuküla (in the mainland) to Heltermaa (in the island of Hiiumaa) is said to be the longest ice road in Europe.

Suur Munamägi is the highest road of Estonia

Suur Munamägi ("Big Egg Mountain") is a mountain peak at an elevation of 318m (1,043ft) above the sea level, located in Võru County in Estonia.

Lao-Kihnu is a scenic ice road in Estonia

Ice road between Lao and Kihnu (between the mainland and Kihnu), with a total length of 13 km, situated in southwestern Estonia. The freezing of the seas between the Estonian mainland and the islands has had historical significance, as during the middle ages these occurrences have been used by armies to invade the islands as they could simply walk across the sea.

An Estonian ice road from Noarootsi to Haapsalu

Ice road between Haapsalu and Noarootsi, with a total length of 3.2km (1.98 miles) located in western Estonia.

Sviby-Rohuküla: a scenic ice road in western Estonia

Ice road between Rohuküla and Sviby (between the mainland and Vormsi), with a total length of 10,2 km in western Estonia. From the mainland to the island of Vormsi, this ice road leaves from near the ferryport of Rohkula, West of Haapsalu. To reach the start of the ice road, head towards the port, but take a signed right turn just after the port comes into view. This will take you to the caravan which rather incongruously marks the ice roads start.

An ice road from Virtsu to Kuivastu on the Baltic Sea

Located in the Lääne County of Estonia, the icea road on the Baltic Sea is a fun experience for many drivers.

A very sketchy drive to Elda Pank

Elda Pank is a scenic spot located in Lümanda parish, at the northwestern tip of the Atla peninsula, in western Estonia.

Driving Estonia’s Ice Roads

Situated on the northeastern part of Europe, Estonia is a low, flat country located on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea. It is the northernmost of the three Baltic states.

Driving the ice road from Tarkma to Triigi

Located on the northwestern part of Estonia, the ice road from Tarkma to Triigi is a very exciting experience.