Camper rental in Estonia guarantees memories that lasts for a lifetime.
Over half of Estonia's territory is covered with forest. Together with hundreds of tiny inhabited islands and thousands of remote beaches that are excellent for camping, Estonia is a great place for a family holiday, and a camper rental is the perfect way to explore this beautiful holiday destination. In addition to its unspoiled nature, Estonia has really exciting and unique sights that you cannot find elsewhere. A diverse cultural background, four different seasons to experience and untouched nature, together with a friendly atmosphere, guarantees all travellers a memorable camper rental holiday in Estonia.
TALLIN AIRPORT - Lennart Meri (TLL)
If you arrive to this beautiful country by airplane, we’ll pick you up at Tallin Airport -Lennart Meri (TLL) and take you to our camper rental station located just around the corner. After small refreshments you will be given a personal orientation to your beautiful rental camper. After returning your camper at our rental station, we’ll provide you with a free transportation back to the airport.
OUR PICKS FOR THE TOP 5 SIGHTS IN ESTONIA
1. RUMMU QUARRY
This unique sight is just outside Tallinn and is easily reachable by rental camper. This old quarry is now partially under water, making it not only one of the best beaches in Estonia, but also perfect for scuba diving. Park your rental camper and spend your day exploring the underwater corridors, or have a family picnic in an amazing setting, whilst enjoying the sun.
2. HIIUMAA ISLAND
Hiiumaa Island, is the second largest island in Estonia, and is known for its romantic lighthouses, beautiful unspoilt nature, Hill of Crosses and a good sense of humour of its inhabitants. This romantic island is one of the oldest in the world and perfect to be explored with your rental camper.
This is a place that spoils you with options to do and experience. You can enjoy the nature, go sailing or just relax in a post card -like scenery. During the main rental season in summer, there are a lot of local music festivals so if you would like to get into the local culture open the calendar and see which local events fit to your travel time. Must-see sites and perfect places for iconic photographs, are the lighthouses Kopu, Ristna and Tahkuna. For a touch of history, visit the Hill of Crosses that stands for those Estonia-Swedish people, who had to leave this beautiful island behind in its early days.
3. SAAREMAA ISLAND
Saaremaa Island is the largest in Estonia. This island has one of the most impressive gems of all of the Baltics, especially if you´re interested of impressive structures and keen on history. This one of a kind gem is located in the town of Kuressaare, the only town on the island. Its a beautiful, well-restored castle, which is the only preserved castle from the Middle Age within the Baltic area.
The island itself is all about thatched roofs, stone fences, homemade beer and still working windmills, which are the landmarks for Saaremaa. Saaremaa is also the perfect location for bird watching. The marine climate of the island creates a perfect setting for rich vegetation and fauna, thus it is a perfect spot for the hundreds of migratory birds using Saaremaa as their pitstop. Including Viidumäe's protectorate area and Vilsand's nature park, there are over 200 protected nature sites within the island.
4. RAKVERE CASTLE
Your camper rental holiday in Estonia must include a visit to an exciting Rakvere Castle. This Middle Age castle offers excitement and fun for the whole family, and is definitely worth a stop on your Estonian camper adventure. Visit to Rakvere castle is not only about history but some honest action too. You can try archery and shooting, as well as fighting with spears and swords! If fighting is not your thing, try smith works and make your own coin with the Rakvere Castle emblem. One of the many activity options is to participate a worksop where you learn how to make pottery like in the old times. The whole site is like travelling in time back to the Middle Ages. Just walk around and check out the street of red lamps, brothels and barber shops. Inside the castle itself, you can wander into the torture chamber and castle cellar where they, if you dare, let you to try Middle Age wines.
5. TALLINN OLD TOWN
As a final stop on your camper rental adventure in Estonia, we recommend spending some time in the Tallinn area. The old town of Tallinn is an exceptionally complete and well-preserved example of Northern European cities from the 13th-16th centuries. The beautiful, medieval old town, with its narrow cobblestone streets, churches, monasteries, and tens of design shops, restaurants and cafe's is the perfect milieu for a wonderful day out. Tallinn's old town is pretty much shopping and culture in one package.
Camper rental adventure for 7 days in exciting Estonia, including well-equipped motorhome with unlimited mileage, airport transfers, TC Basic insurance, 24-hour support and a lot more, starting from only 399€ + base charge.
Please note that minimum driver age in Estonia in our rental motorhomes is 21 years and minimum of 3 years of driving experience.
Tallinn Rental Office
Mustamäe tee 5c
10616 Tallinn Estonia