Kassinurme Hills

Since Kassinurme hills and sacred grove are very near Palamuse, where the annual fair takes place, I took the opportunity to make a stop on the way and take some shots of this mystical place. The weather was ideal and the midday light was just magical. Kassinurme hills were formed during the last Ice Age, […]

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Great Paunvere Exhibition and Fair

Every September, small town of Palamuse has a treat for you- Great Paunvere Exhibition and Fair! Palamuse is situated only 30 km from Kärde and Sunwell Farm, that means a 30-minute scenic drive through picturesque Vooremaa. This exciting and one of the most loved fairs offers (already for the 19th year in row in 2016) […]

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Saunata stiilselt!*

*Enjoy sauna in style! Oh the heavenly sauna – so familiar to some and never before explored fascinating territory for others. The Estonian sauna is one of the quintessential body-care therapies, whose benefits have been appreciated for countless centuries by the people of this nation who are rightly proud of this long, consolidated tradition. But […]

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Spectacular sun

The sunsets around here are something special. It must be our elevated position (about 80 m from sea level) and 360 degree view over the vast fields that allow these spectacles to take place almost every night. The name Sunwell is actually inspired by these very same ridiculously beautiful SUNsets. The original name of the […]

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Apple madness

It’s the time of the year when apples are taking the center stage. Picking the fruit one by one is not the most fun one can have, but it’s worth it considering all the goodies one can make from them. Starting with apple pie, of course, and finishing with home-made apple juice and apple wine […]

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Sunwell in Media

I’m so proud to announce that Sunwell Tourism Farm was featured in Estonia’s largest news portal Delfi.ee in August 2015! It was nominated as one of the contestants for the most beautiful summer locations. The article (in Estonian) can be seen here.

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Lake Männika

Lake Männika (or Männikjärv in Estonian) just 3 km away, is one of the protected lakes of Endla Nature Reserve. In Estonian mythology, the lake is known as the dwell of Kalevipoeg – a character in Estonian mythology and literature. No human activity is allowed on the lake and this means it is an excellent […]

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H is for Herbal

Autumn is creeping nearer. It's time to check the herb stash collected over the summer and last chance to receive the remaining goodies from mother nature's giving hands. I'm a big fan of teas, black and herbal alike. Herbal teas, however, deserve more praise and attention as they simply are better for you. Sipping herbal […]

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