Bread making Fishing Haapsalu Kuursaal by T.Tuul Haapsalu Castle Ruins by T.Tuul Epp-Maria Kokamägi gallery Café
 

DAY 7: MUHU FISH CAFÉ & HAAPSALU SEASIDE PROMENADES WITH ARTIST GALLERY GASTRONOMY

Enjoy your relaxing morning and have a walk along the seaside. Who prefers to get to know the local traditions, can participate in the traditional bread making, handicraft making or trying your luck in fishing with a local fisherman. Your guide will also show around and introduce local culture and traditions.

Your late lunch is served at Muhu Kalakohvik (Fish café). Don’t be surprised of this strange name and magic combination of fish that has always been a traditional food on the small Muhu island and coffee that is served to all guests in any Estonian household. Muhu Fish Café offers unforgettable exotic experience in a family dining room where the chef is the mother of the household, and the fish has been caught by the men of the family. The most popular dish is the perch, caught in the same morning. The number of servings depends on the generosity of the sea.

In the afternoon departure back to the mainland and a guided visit of Haapsalu, an idyllic seaside town with charming artist cafes, impressive medieval Castle ruins with a haunting White Lady, seaside panorama boulevards, curative muds and many spas and sanatoriums. Have a glimpse of this St Petersburg nobility favourite city, where the great Pjotr Tchaikovsky wrote some of his music.

For dinner you can try Epp Maria Kokamägi Gallery, Cake and Wine Room - a very cosy and characteristic gallery and cafeteria where one can admire the masterpieces of this unique artist.

After dinner you will take the road back to Tallinn.