Towards the castle, this jam-packed little store sells all sorts of antiques, from 19th-century farm tools to Soviet memorabilia. It’s a fun place to browse.
Set back within the same block as the Vaekoja pub, this outdoor market has stalls selling all kinds of Saaremaa treats and tat: dolomite canisters, woollen sweaters, honey, strawberries etc.
This bright gallery contains a variety of works by Estonian artists, including covetable textiles, ceramics, sculptures and paintings.
If you don’t make it to the Saaremaa farm where it's produced, you can always buy GoodKaarma’s organic soap here.
If you’ve got time to kill before the ferry docks, stop in here for knitted socks, honey, wooden salad servers or the ubiquitous woven cloth rugs.
This small woollen mill, 4km east of Käina, still uses 19th-century weaving and spinning machines to produce traditional knitwear. You can rug up in the sweaters and mittens for sale, or stock up on wool to knit you…