Kesselai and Muhumaa:

The Kesse bluff (Kesselaid) is located on the northwest coast of Kesselaiu, between Muhu Island and the mainland. Its length at the beach is approximately 600 m, height up to 8.5 m; Due to the slope of the layers, the total thickness of the geological section is 13.5 m. At the top of the bluff is a drill, bioharmed doloclub complex called. rifidolomite, or rabbit brew, which has no lichen content. The top of the Kesse bluff is three astangas, two of its highest, 11 meters and 13 meters above sea level, the Litorinamene beachfront. The corresponding development stage of Baltimore was about 4000-7500 years ago.

The piston bluff (Muhu Island) is located 1.5 km east of the sea coast in the village of Lõetsa, Muhumaa. The bluff has a length of up to 600 m, a height of 5 m, a geological cross section of 8.5 m.

The Anduvälja bluff (Muhu Island) is located between Raugi and Nõmmküla. Its length is you 450 m and the highest height from the foot - 7 m. Remarkable are the scrubbing pockets in the bluff, which form larger and smaller caves.

 

Banks in Saaremaa:

Pulli or Oiu's bluff is located in the Tailinga, less than 1 km from the sea side, from the Orissaare-Leisi highway. The bluff has a length of 430 m, a height of 3.5 m and a geological section of approximately 5 m. The section of the pulp bluff has well-observed curved layers, which, due to their weight, caused the bioherms that pushed into the semi-hardened sediments. Deep-like dowel-like plates are flowing over bio-hermetic bodies. Thus, there are also bioherms coatings here.

The bluff of Mustjala is located on the northern coast of Saaremaa, north of the bluff of the bluff. The length of the bluff is u. 3 km, the highest altitude is 21.3 m, which is the highest coastal lake in the western Estonian islands. The bluff has two heights above the waterline, while the third, 10-12 m high, stays under water.

Ninase or Tagaranna bluff is located on the northern and western shores of the Nine Peninsula. The length of the bluff is about 1.5 km, the height is slightly over 5 m, the geological cross section is 6 m. Interesting tectonic malfunctioning is observed at the corner of the bluff, and small circular bioherms, which consist essentially of bollmax, are of interest. These high-organic buildings with a diameter of less than a meter, 30-40 cm, represent the early stages of development, the so-called. embryonic reefs. In addition to the bromeliads, the bluff's rock mass is rich in brachiopods' cassocks and half-bones and well-stocked marigold fragments.

Abul's bluff is on the east coast of the Tagalog. The length of the bluff is u. 400 m high altitude 2 m, the geological section is slightly over 3 m. The whole section is very rich in fossils.

Suuriku bluff is located on the Tagamõisa peninsula, north of the village of Undva. The bluff of Great Britain is the highest beach resort on the islands after the bluff's bluff. Its lower 8 m is made up of silurian rocks, but the upper part (ca 3 m) is made of foamed sediment. bluff length is over 500 m. The diameter of the bioherms in the Large bluff varies from 1 to 10 meters, but to a thickness of 0.5 to 3 meters.

Undva or Tõrvasoo's bluff is located on the northern tip of the Tagamõisa Peninsula at the bottom of the Undva's nose. The length of the bluff is u. 500 m, maximum height 1.8 m.

The Elda bluff is located at the northwestern tip of the Atoll Peninsula. The length of the bluff is u. 400 m, height 1.8 m.

The Soeginina bluff is located on the west coast of the Atla Peninsula, on the territory of the Vilsandi National Park. The length of the bluff is u. 500 m, maximum height and geological cross section is 3.6 m. At the bottom of the bluff, ordinary starches are the nastier stromatolites - the formation of bacteria living in thin-layer structures. At the higher level, the bluff has a cemetery of snails, ostriches and others. the extinction of the remains of organisms. Due to the characteristic structure of the skeletons oncolites, this rock is called "onion".

Each bluff is located in the village of Karala. 4,5 km south. bluff length is 500 m, height is 1 m.

Kaugatuma bluff is located south of the Kaugatuma village in the western part of the Sõrve Peninsula. Its length is 125 m, the total height of the pavement is 2.8 m and the height of the underbody is 2.0 m. The rock contains a large number of roundabouts in various sizes, which make it a ring spokesman.

The Ohessaare bluff is located on the west coast of the Sõrve Peninsula, near Jämaja village. Its length is 700 m, the height is 3.5 m, the geological cross section is 4.3 m. The outskirts of Ohessaare are very fossil-rich. The skeleton of almost all Balto-Silurian invertebrates, as well as vertebrate representatives, has been found here: Brachiopods, followed by ostracods, cynodes, boxes, brassica, trilobites, stencils, tentacles, tabulates, ateloids and rugosans. There are plenty of small, darker fish and lower anomalies in the rock, less often larger blisters. A large variety of traces of the life of animals living in the seabed muds, for example. worms

The Kübassaare bluff is located on the eastern side of the southern part of the peninsula of Kübassaare. Its length is 360 m, height is up to 1.5 m, geological section 2.7 m. In the middle layers of the bluff, unique stromatolites can be seen in Estonia.

The Anikaitse bluff is located on the eastern side of the northern part of the peninsula of Kübassaare, at a distance of 4 km from Kübassaare Lighthouse. The total height of the iceberg is 3.5 m, the geological cross section is 2.3 m.