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List of islands of Estonia

Kübassaare lighthouse on Saaremaa, Estonia's largest island

This is an incomplete list of islands of Estonia. There are 2355 islands in total.

Largest islands

Largest islands of Estonia
# Name Area (km2) Location
1. Saaremaa 2,671 West Estonian archipelago
2. Hiiumaa 989 West Estonian archipelago
3. Muhu 198 West Estonian archipelago
4. Vormsi 93 West Estonian archipelago
5. Kassari 19.3 West Estonian archipelago1)
6. Naissaar 18.6 Gulf of Finland
7. Kihnu 16.4 Gulf of Riga
8. Väike-Pakri 12.9 Gulf of Finland
9. Suur-Pakri 11.6 Gulf of Finland
10. Ruhnu 11.4 Gulf of Riga

1) Kassari is sometimes considered part of Hiiumaa.

A

Abruka - Adralaid - Aegna (Wulf) - Ahelaid - Aherahu (Atla) - Aherahu - Ahessäär - Ahtra - Aksi - Allirahu (Kõiguste) - Allirahu (Pihtla) (Väike-Prangli) - Allirahu - Allu - Alumine Vaika - AnekäbrudAnkrurahu - Annilaid (Anõlaid) - AntsulaiudAnulaid - Auklaiust

E

Eerikukivi - Eerikulaid - Elmrahu - Esirahu

G

Gretagrund

H

Hanemaa - Hanerahu - Hanikatsi laid - Hara - Harilaid, off Vormsi - Harilaid, off Saaremaa - Härjakare - Härjamaa - Heinlaid (Kõiguste laht) - Heinlaid (Väinameri) - Hellamaa rahu - Hiiumaa (Dagö) - Hobulaid - Hõralaid - HülgelaidHülgerahu

I

Imutilaid - Innarahu

J

Juksirahu

K

Kadakalaid - Kaevatsi laid - Kahtla laid - Kajakarahu - Käkimaa - Käkirahu - Kakralaid - Kakrarahu - Karirahu - Kassari - Kasselaid - Keri (Kokskär) - Keskmine Vaika - Kesselaid - Kihnu (Kynö) - KitselaidKõbajalaidKoerakuiv - Kõinastu - Koipsi - Kõrgelaid - Kõrksaar - KõverlaidKreenholm - Kriimi laid - Kräsuli - Kuivarahu - Külalaid - Kullilaid - Kullipank - Küllisäär - Kumari - Kumbli - Kunnati laid - Kuradisäär - Kurgurahu

L

Laasirahu - LaiduLäkumätasLangekare - Leemetikare - Liia - Liisi - Liivakari - Liivanuka ots - Linnusitamaa - Loonalaid - Luigerahu

M

Maakrirahu - Manilaid - Mardirahu - MaturahuMihklirahuMohni - Mõndalaid - Muhu (Moon) - Munaderahu - Munasaar - Mustarahu - Mustpank - Mustpank (Vaika)

N

NabralaidNaissaar (Nargö) - Naistekivi maa - Ninalaid - NoogimaaNootamaaNosurahu

O

Öakse - OitmaOjurahuÖörahu - Oosäär - Ooslamaa - Orikalaid - Osmussaar (Odensholm)

P

Paelaid - Pakri Islands (Rågöarna) - Pakulaid - Papilaid - Papirahu - Pasilaid - Pedassaar - PihanasuPihlakare - Pihlalaid - Piirissaar - Piiukaarelaid - Pikknasv - PiskumadalPõdvalaid - Põiksäär - Pöörilaid - Prangli (Vrangö) – Pühadekare - Puhtulaid - Puningalaid

R

Rammu - Ramsi - RannasitikReigilaid - RiinurahuRistlaid - Rohurahu - Rohusi saar - Rooglaid - Ruhnu (Runö) - RukkirahuRusulaid

S

Suuregi laidSuurepoldiSuurlaid - Suur-Pakri (Västerö) - Suurrahu

T

Taguküla laid - TäkulaidTäkunasv - Tarja - Tauksi - Telve - Tiirloo - Tondirahu - Tondisaar - Tõõdilaid

U

UdrikulaidUhtju saarUhtju saared - Ülemine Vaika - Ulkkarri - Umalakotid - Umblu - Urverahu - Uuemaarahu - Uuemererahu - Uuluti laid - Uus-Nootamaa

V

Vahase - Vahelmisrahu - Vaika islands - Väike-Pihlakare - Väike-Tulpe - Väike-Pakri (Österö) - Vaindloo - Valgerahu - Vareslaid (Käina Bay) - Vareslaid (Väinameri) - Varesrahu - Varsarahu - Vasikakuiv - Vasikalaid - Vassiklaid - Vesiloo - Vesitükimaa - Vesitükimaa islets - Viirekare - Viirelaid - Vilsandi - Vissulaid - Vohilaid - Võilaid - Võrgukare - Võrkrahu - Vormsi (Ormsö)

See also

References

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