Elda Pank is a scenic spot located in Lümanda parish, at the northwestern tip of the Atla peninsula, in western Estonia.
Tucked away in Vilsandi National Park, the road to the beach and bank is awful and very narrow. It’s a very sketchy drive, with stones, gravel and grass. At the top of Elda you have the remains of a Russian watchtower as well as bunkers along the shoreline.
The road is closed to private vehicles. 4x4 vehicle required. Starting from Road 112, the drive is 8.2 km (5.09 miles) long.