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This category is only for sites relating to the rural municipality of Kaarma on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. The editor of this category may not be using the same operating system and or browser as you are, in fact it is very likely that he is not, so please ensure that your site works for other browsers and operating systems than your own before submitting here. If your site cannot be reviewed by the editor it cannot be added to the directory. Notice: Multiple submissions, repeat submissions, submission of mirror sites and similar techniques, with the intention of ''forcing'' a higher placement on the directory are most unwelcome and unnecessary. Such behavior will almost certainly delay, if not completely prevent, your submission being listed. (See the ODP terms of service) The ODP is a directory edited by human volunteers, all submissions are reviewed and edited fairly, but this can take some time. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to the rural municipality of Kaarma (Estonian: Kaarma vald) on Saaremaa. Kaarma municipality has an area of 400 km² and a permanent population of approximately 3900. The municipality consists of:
  • 1 borough (Estonian: Alevik): Aste
  • 69 villages (Estonian: Külad): Abruka, Anijala, Ansi, Aste, Asuküla, Aula-Vintri, Eikla, Endla, Haamse, Hakjala, Hübja, Irase, Jootme, Jõe, Kaarma, Kaarmise, Kaisvere, Kasti, Kaubi, Kellamäe, Keskranna, Keskvere, Kiratsi, Kirikuküla, Koidu, Koidula, Kudjape, Kuke, Kungla, Käku, Kärdu, Laadjala, Laheküla, Laoküla, Lilbi, Maleva, Meedla, Metsaküla, Mullutu, Muratsi, Mändjala, Mõisaküla, Nasva, Nõmme, Paimala, Parila, Piila, Praakli, Pähkla, Pärni, Põlluküla, Randvere, Saia, Sepa, Sikassaare, Tahula, Tamsalu, Tõlli, Tõrise, Tõru, Uduvere, Unimäe, Upa, Vaivere, Vantri, Vatsküla, Vestla, Viira, and Õha.
The island of Abruka is part of Kaarma municipality.
This category is only for sites relating to the rural municipality of Kärla on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to the rural municipality of Kärla (Estonian: Kärla vald) on Saaremaa. Kärla municipality covers an area of 218 km² and a permanent population of approximately 1800. The municipality consists of:
  • 1 borough (Estonian: Alevik): Kärla
  • 22 villages (Estonian: Külad): Anepesa, Arandi, Hirmuste, Jõempa, Kandla, Karida, Kirikuküla, Kogula, Kulli, Kuuse, Käesla, Kõrkküla, Mätasselja, Mõnnuste, Nõmpa, Paevere, Paiküla, Sauvere, Sõmera, Ulje, Vendise, and Vennati.
This category is only for sites relating to Kihelkonna, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Kihelkonna (Estonian: Kihelkonna vald), a rural municipality on Saaremaa. The municipality covers 246 km² and has approximately 900 inhabitants. It consists of:
  • 1 borough (Estonian: Alevik): Kihelkonna
  • 41 villages (Estonian: Külad): Abaja, Abula, Kallaste, Kalmu, Karujärve, Kehila, Kiirassaare, Kotsma, Kuralase, Kuremetsa, Kurevere, Kuumi, Kuusiku, Kõruse, Kõõru, Liiva, Loona, Lätiniidi, Läägi, Metsaküla, Mäebe, Neeme, Odalätsi, Oju, Pajumõisa, Pidula, Rannaküla, Rootsiküla, Sepise, Tagamõisa, Tammese, Tohku, Undva, Vaigu, Varkja, Vedruka, Veere, Viki, Vilsandi, Virita, and Üru.
This category is only for sites relating to Kuressaare, the capital of Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa: Kuressaare. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. The editor of this category may not be using the same operating system and or browser as you are, in fact it is very likely that he is not, so please ensure that your site works for other browsers and operating systems than your own before submitting here. If your site cannot be reviewed by the editor it cannot be added to the directory. Notice: Multiple submissions, repeat submissions, submission of mirror sites and similar techniques, with the intention of ''forcing'' a higher placement on the directory are most unwelcome and unnecessary. Such behavior will almost certainly delay, if not completely prevent, your submission being listed. (See the ODP terms of service) Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Kuressaare, the capital of Saaremaa. Kuressaare covers an area of 15 km² and has about 15,000 inhabitants.
This category is only for sites relating to Laimjala, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only suggest sites which have an English section, suggest sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are suggesting a multilingual site, please suggest the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Laimjala (Estonian: Laimjala vald), a rural municipality on Saaremaa. There are about 800 inhabitants in Laimjala municipality. It has an area of 115 km². Laimjala municipality consists of 24 villages (Estonian: külad): Aaviku, Asva, Audla, Jõe, Kahtla, Kapra, Kingli, Käo, Kõiguste, Laheküla, Laimjala, Mustla, Mägi-Kurdla, Nõmme, Pahavalla, Paju-Kurdla, Randvere, Rannaküla, Ridala, Ruhve, Saareküla, Saaremetsa, Viltina, and Üüvere.
This category is only for sites relating to Leisi rural municipality in Saaremaa. Only suggest sites here which have an English section, suggest sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites and resources related to Leisi rural municipality (Estonian: Leisi vald) in Saaremaa. The municipality is home to approximately 2100 people and covers an area of 348 km². Leisi municipality consists of:
  • a borough (Estonian: Alevik): Leisi
  • many villages(Estonian: Külad): Angla, Aru, Aruste, Asuka, Hiievälja, Jõiste, Kaisa, Karja, Koiduvälja, Koikla, Kopli, Külma, Laugu, Liiva, Linnaka, Linnuse, Luulupe, Lõpi, Meiuste, Metsaääre, Metsküla, Moosi, Mujaste, Murika, Mätja, Nava, Nihatu, Nurme, Nõmme, Oitme, Paaste, Pamma, Pammana, Parasmetsa, Peederga, Poka, Purtsa, Pärsama, Pöitse, Ratla, Roobaka, Räägi, Selja, Soela, Tareste, Tiitsuotsa, Triigi, Tutku, Täätsi, Tõre, Veske, Viira, and Õeste.
This category is only for sites relating to Lümanda, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only suggest sites which have an English section, suggest sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please suggest the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Lümanda (Estonian: Lümanda vald), a rural municipality in the western part of Saaremaa. It has a population of approximately 950 and covers an area of 199 km². The municipality consists of 25 villages: Atla, Austla, Eeriksaare, Himmiste, Jõgela, Karala, Kipi, Koimla, Koki, Koovi, Kotlandi, Kulli, Kuusnõmme, Kärdu, Leedri, Lümanda, Metsapere, Mõisaküla, Põlluküla, Riksu, Taritu, Vahva, Vana-Lahetaguse, Varpe, and Viidu.
This category is intended for websites and webpages in the English language that are related to Muhu municipality (part of Saaremaa county) in the Republic of Estonia. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Websites and webpages in the English language that are related to Muhu rural municipality (part of Saaremaa county) in the Republic of Estonia. Muhu island comprises the largest part of the municipality and is the second largest island in Saaremaa county. The municipality also includes several smaller islands, including: Kesselaid, Suurlaid, Viirelaid, and Võilaid as well as many small islets. Muhu municipality covers an area of 198 km² and has a population of approximately 1,800. It consists of 52 villages (Estonian: külad):
  • Main villages: Hellamaa, Koguva, Kuivastu, Liiva, Nõmmküla and Pädaste.
  • Other villages: Aljava, Igakül, Kallaste, Kantsi, Kapi, Kesse, Külasema, Laheküla, Lalli, Leeskopa, Lehtmetsa, Lepiku, Levalõpme, Linnuse, Lõetsa, Mõega, Mõisaküla, Mäla, Nautse, Nurme, Oina, Paenase, Pallasmaa, Piiri, Põitse, Päelda, Pärase, Raegma, Rannaküla, Raugi, Rebaski, Ridasi, Rinsi, Rootsivere, Rässa, Simisti, Soonda, Suuremõisa, Tamse, Tupenurme, Tusti, Vahtraste, Vanamõisa, Viira, Võiküla, and Võlla.
This category is only for sites relating to Mustjala, a rural municipality in Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites and resources for Mustjala (Estonian: Mustjala vald), a rural municipality in Saaremaa. The municipality has approximately 750 ihabitants and covers an area of 236 km². There are 21 villages in Mustjala municipality: Jauni, Järise, Kiruma, Kugalepa, Küdema, Liiküla, Liiva, Merise, Mustjala, Ninase, Ohtja, Paatsa, Pahapilli, Panga, Rahtla, Selgase, Silla, Tagaranna, Tuiu, Vanakubja, and Võhma.
This category is only for sites relating to Orissaare, a rural municipality on Saaremaa.

Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World/Eesti. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page.

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Sites relating to Orissaare, a rural municipality on Saaremaa.
This category is only for sites relating to Pihtla, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. The editor of this category may not be using the same operating system and or browser as you are, in fact it is very likely that he is not, so please ensure that your site works for other browsers and operating systems than your own before submitting here. If your site cannot be reviewed by the editor it cannot be added to the directory. Notice: Multiple submissions, repeat submissions, submission of mirror sites and similar techniques, with the intention of ''forcing'' a higher placement on the directory are most unwelcome and unnecessary. Such behavior will almost certainly delay, if not completely prevent, your submission being listed. (See the ODP terms of service) Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Pihtla (Estonian: Pihtla vald), a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Home to lake Kaali, the meteorite crater. Pihtla municipality covers an area of 228 km² and has a population of approximately 1400. The municipality encompasses the following villages (Estonian: küla): Eiste, Ennu, Haeska, Hämmelepa, Iilaste, Ilpla, Kaali, Kailuka, Kangrusselja, Kiritu, Kuusiku, Kõljala, Kõnnu, Laheküla, Leina, Liiva, Liiva-Putla, Masa, Matsiranna, Metsaküla, Mustla, Nässuma, Pihtla, Püha, Rahniku, Rannaküla, Reeküla, Reo, Räimaste, Sagariste, Salavere, Sandla, Sauaru, Saue-Putla, Sepa, Sutu, Suure-Rootsi, Tõlluste, Vanamõisa, Väike-Rootsi, and Väljaküla.
This category is only for sites relating to Pöide, a rural municipality on Saaremaa.

Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World/Eesti. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page.

Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.

Sites relating to Pöide, a rural municipality on Saaremaa.
This category is intended for websites and webpages in the English language that are related to the island municipality of Ruhnu (part of Saaremaa county) in the Republic of Estonia. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. The editor of this category may not be using the same operating system and or browser as you are, in fact it is very likely that he is not, so please ensure that your site works for other browsers and operating systems than your own before submitting here. If your site cannot be reviewed by the editor it cannot be added to the directory. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
This category contains sites about the rural municipality of Ruhnu (Estonian: Ruhnu vald). Ruhnu is an island situated in the Gulf of Riga and the entire island is a rural municipality in Saaremaa county. Ruhnu has an area of nearly 12 km² and a population of 70. There is only one village: Ruhnu village (Estonian: Ruhnu küla).
This category is only for sites relating to Salme, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
The rural municipality of Salme (Estonian: Salme vald) is located west of Kuressaare and covers the northern half of Sõrve Peninsula. It has a total area of approximately 115 square kilometers and around 1,300 inhabitants. Salme rural municipality has 24 villages (Estonian: külad): Anseküla, Easte, Hindu, Imara, Järve, Kaimri, Kaugatoma, Lahetaguse, Lassi, Lõmala, Lõu, Länga, Läätsa, Metsalõuka, Mõisaküla, Möldri, Rahuste, Suurna, Tehumardi, Tiirimetsa, Toomalõuka, Ula, Vintri, and Üüdibe.
This category is only for sites relating to Torgu, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
The rural municipality of Torgu (Estonian: torgu vald) is located west of Kuressaare and covers the southern half of Sõrve Peninsula. It has a total area of approximately 126 square kilometers and around 400 inhabitants. Torgu rural municipality consists of 22 villages (Estonian: külad): Hänga, Iide, Jämaja, Kaavi, Kargi, Karuste, Kaunispe, Laadla, Lindmetsa, Lõupõllu, Läbara, Lülle, Maantee, Mõisaküla, Mõntu, Mäebe, Mässa, Ohessaare, Soodevahe, Sääre, Tammuna, and Türju.
This category is only for sites dealing with attractions and tourist resources, such as accommodation, for those traveling to Saaremaa. We highly recommend that you submit to the most appropriate geographic location. If your site relates to resources within a county or listed locality then submit it to that county or locality (even if there is no lodging sub-category for that county or locality). Submitting to the wrong category will delay your site''s placement in the directory. Please only submit sites which have an English section, submit sites which are entirely in Estonian to World/Eesti. If you are submitting a multilingual site, please submit the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. The editor of this category may not be using the same operating system and or browser as you are, in fact it is very likely that he is not, so please ensure that your site works for other browsers and operating systems than your own before submitting here. If your site cannot be reviewed by the editor it cannot be added to the directory. Notice: Multiple submissions, repeat submissions, submission of mirror sites and similar techniques, with the intention of ''forcing'' a higher placement on the directory are most unwelcome and unnecessary. Such behavior will almost certainly delay, if not completely prevent, your submission being listed. (See the ODP terms of service) Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Attractions and tourist resources, such as accommodation, for those traveling to Saaremaa.
This category is only for sites relating to Valjala, a rural municipality on Saaremaa. Please only suggest sites which have an English section, suggest sites which are entirely in Estonian to World: Eesti: Regioonid: Euroopa: Eesti: Saaremaa. If you are suggesting a multilingual site, please suggest the entry page URL and provide a language choice on the entry page. Please take a moment to read the Estonia category FAQ.
Sites relating to Valjala (Estonian: Valjala vald), a rural municipality on Saaremaa. There are about 1400 inhabitants in Valjala municipality. It has an area of 180 km². Valjala municipality consists of:
  • 1 borough (Estonian: alevik): Valjala
  • 32 villages (Estonian: külad): Ariste, Jursi, Jõelepa, Jööri, Kalju, Kallemäe, Kalli, Kogula, Koksi, Kuiste, Kungla, Kõnnu, Kõriska, Lööne, Männiku, Nurme, Oessaare, Põlluküla, Rahu, Rannaküla, Röösa, Sakla, Siiksaare, Turja, Tõnija, Undimäe, Vanalõve, Veeriku, Vilidu, Võrsna, Väkra, and Väljaküla.
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